“He stood next to the barn:” The selfish bull owner


The bull appeared on Tuesday near Glenn Bijl Packing on Heinle Road. His owner is sought.

The bull appeared on Tuesday near Glenn Bijl Packing on Heinle Road. His owner is sought.

At first, Morgan Keets thought that one of the bulls in her family had loosened.

“The neighbor’s dog we noticed was barking. I couldn’t understand why this dog was crazy, so I walked around and thought,’Stop barking,'” she said. I did. “And I saw, and there stood this bull, and I was like,” Did we let the animals out? ” “

Keets and her husband, Andrew, Glenn Bijl Packing, 1680 Heinle Road, Custom butcher facility. But all the animals kept for processing were in the barn, he told her.

“So I don’t know where this companion came from,” she said. “But he stood next to the barn.”

Keets was worried that the bull would charge, but she said she wanted to avoid harming the animals as much as possible.

“I knew someone was probably missing out on this companion,” she said. The bull is almost black and has a white face and other white markings.

“If someone is using him for breeding, we never wanted him to get hurt because he’s a good looking bull,” she said.

This owner of Glenn Bijl Packing temporarily raises a bull for the duration of the owner's search.

This owner of Glenn Bijl Packing temporarily holds a bull for the duration of the owner’s search.

With the help of his neighbor and Crawford County Sheriff’s agent, Keets said he was able to put the animals into his neighbor’s barn late Tuesday. It was still there on Wednesday morning as the search for its owner continued.

It’s possible that someone dropped the animal for processing without first calling, but she said it was unlikely. There was no record that the animal was expected, and access to the barn was blocked by another vehicle at that time.

“It’s strange that he appeared here, but he came from somewhere because there’s a truck that goes all the way through the woods. I don’t know where he is,” she said.

Farmers who keep bulls can only keep it for a while — feed is expensive, Keets explained.

If you have information about bull owners, please call Glenville Packing, 419-562-7171.

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This article was originally published in the Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum: Neighbors help the selfish bull enclosure.Currently seeking an owner