Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Bull That Escaped Nova Scotia Farm Back in Its Barn, Slated for Slaughterhouse

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Bull That Escaped Nova Scotia Farm Back in Its Barn, Slated for Slaughterhouse

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Bull back in pen, headed for slaughterhouse

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AYLESFORD, N.S. - A forbidding, four-legged escapee from a Nova Scotia farm is back in its barn -- and destined once again for the slaughterhouse.

"The bull is back, the bull is back," said Rose Horsnell, daughter of the bull's owner, 85-year-old Jan Speelman.

RCMP in Kingston said Monday morning that a one-tonne bull was reported missing from his pasture area Sunday evening.

The black and white bull was spotted fleeing into woods off Long Point Road towards Berwick, between Highway 1 and Highway 101.

Horsnell said the farmer's 26-year-old grandson, J.T. Speelman, tracked the bull and found it travelled through a wooded area before returning to a barn on the property.

"The grandson tracked him and found he'd come home again," said Horsnell. …

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