Missing calf from farm in Emneth is suspected to be stolen
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An orphaned calf is suspected to have been stolen from a farm in Emneth.
Owners of Bramblebee Farm say the dark brown calf went missing after her midday feed yesterday.
A £500 reward is now being offered for her safe return or any information about her disappearance.
She is dark brown nearly black and has some white on her head, a white chest, white under side and a few white hairs near the end of her back.
In a Facebook post on the Brambleebee Farm site, it states: “Our orphan calf has gone missing believed stolen.
“She had her mid day feed yesterday but was not noticed last night. This is often the case as laying down or sleeping.
“But this morning she was not there and we were a bit worried but calves can do this.
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“So this afternoon’s feed she is still not there and after walking all the fields ditches etc still no avail. She would be easy to take as she has been bottle fed and very friendly.
“Someone to take her would need to know what they’re doing and have a holding or herd of their own to somehow mix her in or register her and then put her in market.
“Or someone that is in the mind to eat her.
“Please share this page as much as possible and a £500 reward for her safe return or information leading to her return.
“Or if it’s you just put it back.”
Contact the farm on 07800 884571 with any information.