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Dewberry Farm Offering Reward for Stolen Calf Possibly in Katy


June 5, 2023

By Natalie Cook Clark

A miniature Hereford, Sir Loin, was from Dewberry Farm last week. The suspects dumped the calf somewhere in Brookshire or possibly the Katy area. Dewberry Farm is offering a reward for the safe return of their calf.

Photos credit: Dewberry Farm

Calf Stolen from Popular Local Farm

Many Katy families and school groups flock to Dewberry Farm, a popular spot for farm activities and seasonal fun. Last Thursday, three suspects broke into the farm and stole their calf (a miniature Hereford,) Sir Loin.

The suspects are now in custody and don’t recall where they dumped Sir Loin. According to Waller County Sheriff’s Office, the calf may have been dumped along Neiman Road.

This wasn't their first livestock theft at Dewberry Farm. Earlier last week the group broke in a stole a bottle baby goat. When the farm notified the authorities, they quickly found that the goat had been located but Sir Loin was still missing.

"The goat was at the Katy Animal Shelter, but the young bull calf, Sir Loin, was not found," says Zack Mauney , General Manager for Dewberry Farm. "We were told that they said that they were lost and didn’t know where they dumped him off at. This is the reason we are unsure of the area that he may be in."

Farm Offers Reward

Dewberry Farm says that their “little guy” could have been dumped somewhere in Brookshire or Katy and they want people to look for him and share any information that could help lead to his recovery.

Both animals are a part of an educational experience that Dewberry Farm has. They host multitude schools in the area during field trips where kids get to look at, pet, and learn all about the different animals that they have.

The baby goat has been returned to the farm and was unharmed.

"The Sheriff’s livestock department has been a tremendous help searching for the lost calf," says Mauney.

Dewberry Farm is offering a reward. They ask for anyone with information to direct message their Facebook page.

Waller County Sheriff’s Department is running the search. They have posted pictures of Sir Loin on social media. These are pictures provided by Dewberry Farm and not pictures showing that Sir Loin has been located.

Waller County Sheriff’s Office asks anyone with information to please call their Livestock department (979)826-8282 option 1.

This is a developing story.


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