Potter County Sheriff’s Office is assisting livestock producers when it comes down to losing animals.
The office is asking producers to visit their website at Potter County Sheriff.org under the livestock tab to answer 7 simple questions to assist in returning these animals to their owners.
This survey will provide current information about the animals and their owners. After the second time of being impounded or found, the Potter County Sheriff’s Office will start charging producers for feed, water, and housing.
The livestock that could be impounded are: horses, donkeys, sheep, goats, emus, and cattle, but this does not include chickens
For more information visit their website Potter County Sheriffs.org or call (806) 379-2900.