State removes more horses from woman who gave up 13
OSWEGO – Two horses, which the state allowed a woman to keep after she was cited in a humane care violation involving 13 other horses, have been impounded, officials said.
Angela Beers, 36, address unknown, gave up seven of her own horses in October, and six horses in her care were returned to their owners, after a humane care complaint, said Jeff Squibb, spokesman for the Illinois Department of Agriculture. The horses were kept at Flanery Farms, on the 47W200 block of Ramm Road in Burlington Township near Maple Park, where Beers lived for a time, officials said.
Beers relocated her two remaining horses at Horizon Quarter Horses in the 2500 block of Wolf Road in Oswego, and took on the care of two additional horses. On Friday, the state impounded Beers’ two horses she had been allowed to keep and took them to the Hooved Animal Humane Society in Woodstock, Squibb said, because it appeared that Beers had just left the horses. The additional two that had been in her care have been returned to their owners, he said.
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