Livestock killings are making headlines around the state after a family in Central Utah came home to find two of their Texas Longhorn bulls shot and killed while they were gone. Unfortunately, this story is far from being an isolated incident. In fact, Ritchie Anderson, President of the Uintah County Cattlemen Association, shares that there have been recent incidents of people killing or damaging livestock in the Book Cliffs, on Diamond Mountain, and possibly in the Farm Creek area. Anderson reminds the public that livestock is a significant economic factor in the Uintah Basin and it is the livelihood of many community members. If you know anything about any incidents of killing or damaging of livestock, call the Uintah County Sheriff’s Office or Central Dispatch at 435-789-4222. The Uintah County Cattlemen Association is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone killing or damaging livestock. Remember, this is harmful, abhorrent behavior. If you know something, say something.