Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


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HUMANE SOCIETY 8 Horses Are Impounded; Owner Sought

Eight horses abandoned in a field in Brookline, Mo., were impounded Monday by the Humane Society of Missouri.

A farmer about 10 miles west of Springfield called the agency after he found a dead foal in a pasture rented by the horses' owner.

The owner, Tom Davidson of Nixa, Mo., has not been seen for about five weeks, said the Humane Society. "We need to speak to Mr. Davidson about the medical conditions of these horses," a spokeswoman said. Anyone with information may call 647-8800.

Workers removed three pregnant mares, a fourth mare, one stallion, one 2-year-old stud colt and two geldings from the pasture. Six of the horses are being held at the Humane Society's Large Animal Rehabilitation Center in Union. Two have been moved to the Mid Rivers Equine Center for medical treatment.

***** ST. LOUIS COUNTY Residents' Help Sought In Goose Count

State officials need a hand with honkers. The Missouri Conservation Department is asking St. Louis County residents to help compile information about Canada geese.

Potential goose-watchers should be on the lookout Tuesday and next Wednesday. The officials would like people to record their name and phone number, total number of geese seen, number of adults and goslings, the date and time, and the name of roads, intersections or other locations where the geese were spotted.

A coupon to appear in Sunday's edition of the Post-Dispatch can be used to record the data. The coupon can be mailed to: St. Louis County Goose Survey, 11715 Craigwold Road, St. Louis, Mo. 63122. Information must be in by May 24.

***** SCENIC RIVERWAYS House To Hear Plight Of Ozark Horse Herd

The horse herd that roams the Ozark National Scenic Riverways in Southeast Missouri will be the subject of a hearing by the House of Representatives.

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