Escape of cattle from St. Louis slaughterhouse spurs roundup

Escape of cattle from St. Louis slaughterhouse spurs roundup

Escape of cattle from St. Louis slaughterhouse spurs roundup

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports ( ) the animals were picked up Monday from the slaughterhouse and taken to an area farm. The cows got away from the Star Packing Company on the 3800 block of Cote Brilliante after someone left the gate open.

In this Thursday, March 30, 2017 photo, a heifer busts through an iron fence at the Little Sisters of the Poor in St. Louis.

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A herd of cattle made their great escape in north St. Louis, and now people are trying to make their next escape last the rest of their lives.

SWAT team members with rifles were called to the scene, while animal control officers and the Humane Society of Missouri workers stood nearby to help. A cattle trailer was backed up to a home in the area. Police eventually rounded them up in several different areas of the city.

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The "freedom dash" didn't just catch Brewer's eye, but that of the New York-based Farm Sanctuary which has offered to take in the runaways. The slaughterhouse's owner says those rescue groups can have the crafty cattle, if the price is right.

The cost of each animal is around $1,800 depending on the weight.

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St. Louis police attempt to round up a heifer who escaped from a slaughterhouse Thursday in St. Louis.

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