It’s not even Beef Week: Cattle on roads and in backyards in Casino

ABOVE: Holly Sheaffe was driving when she spotted this lost cow in Casino.

In Beef Town, cattle are proving to be a problem.

Disorientated and lost in the floods, cows have been spotted in backyards and in the streets of Casino.

The worst thing to do is to toot your car horn as this will distress them further.

Richmond Valley Council have urged residents not to approach them.

Narelle Oomen found this cow in her backyard in Casino

If residents see any rogue cows, they should phone 6660 0300 and council rangers will attend where possible, council advised.

“If you are the owner, or know who these cattle belong to, also call 6660 0300.”

There is a Facebook page to report found and lost livestock and other animals.

Mark Paisley reported a “fairly quiet” Brahman bull at Tuckurimba.

Go to the Flood Displaced Livestock-Northern Rivers for more info.

Wednesday’s prime cattle sale at the NRLX has been cancelled.

This Brahman bull was found at Tuckurimba

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