Horse Farm Owners Unsettled By Suspicious Activity

Horse Farm Owners Unsettled By Suspicious Activity

01 January 2020


Stolen Horse is constantly looking for ways to help you protect yourself and your horses. We read this article and immediately knew that it described many of the people we have dealt with over the years when horses are missing or stolen.

IN THE NEW FOR YOUR REVIEW NY: Horse farm owners unsettled by suspicious activity

An animal sanctuary in Columbia is one of several farms in Sussex and Warren counties at which employees have recently observed suspicious behavior from unidentified individuals who they speculate may be looking to slaughter horses and sell their meat.

In a conversation with the New Jersey Herald Monday, Lester said the man attempted to climb the fence before the employee began walking out to him. At that time, he ran to a silver pickup truck with a silver trailer and sped off.

Green resident Pete Lillo, who owns Bear Brook Poultry Farm, said several farm owners he knows have reported seeing a silver truck and trailer around nearby horse farms as well, though no one has been able to take down the license plate number.

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Resource: New Jersey Herald,  By Kyle Morel, Posted Dec 31, 2019

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