Not just some $600 animal

Embryo implant purebred Simmental calf apparently shot, then stolen.

“We didn’t see the blood at first, but the mother cow of the calf that was shot was refusing to move and was quite agitated. She kept wanting to go back to a certain spot, so we followed her and that’s when we saw the blood,” said Vern.

The calf’s dam and sire from Alberta and Saskatchewan based purebred Simmental operations, were valued and previously sold at auction for $32,500 and $32,000, respectively, so their offspring was “not just some $600 market animal,” said Vern.

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