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A herd of roughly 75 buffalo have been wreaking havoc on local farms since late last week, when they broke through the fencing on a local ranch and started wandering across the countryside — and grazing at will on area crops.
The owner of the animals, Brian Grubb of Bison Island farm near Sharon Springs said he fears people are pursuing them, a strategy that is scattering creatures that would usually hang together as a single herd.
Troopers ask anyone who sees any of the buffalo to contact the farm (518) 588-1402 or State Police at Richfield Springs at (315) 858-1122.
Brian Grubb • (518) 588-1402 191 Gardnersville Rd., Cobleskill, NY 12043 www.bisonisland.com email@example.com
he fears people are pursuing them, a strategy that is scattering creatures that would usually hang together as a single herd.