ALBUQUERQUE — A judge agreed Thursday to allow an Eastern New Mexico rancher to sell his herd of allegedly emaciated cattle to a Texas buyer after a state agency seized livestock from his drought-stricken ranch.
A Tucumcari district attorney told the Albuquerque Journal on Thursday that District Judge Albert Mitchell agreed to allow Double V Ranch owner Richard Evans to sell the herd to a buyer in Pampa, Texas. The move clears the way for the cattle to be trucked out of state, starting Monday, said 10th Judicial District Attorney Tim Rose.
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