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11 goats, sheep and rabbits killed at urban farm in Denver

By: TOM MCGHEE, The Denver Post
January 22, 2017 Updated: January 22, 2017 at 9:51 pm
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Eleven animals were killed late Saturday or early Sunday by stray dogs at the Urban Farm at Stapleton, the nonprofit said on its Facebook page Sunday.

The state veterinarian responded to the slaughter on Smith Road. A necropsy will be performed to determine the cause of death.

At a news conference, John White, Denver police spokesman, said it wasn’t clear how the two rabbits and nine sheep and goats died.

“It’s clear that the deaths are not natural, and the fact that two stray animals were found here has to be taken under consideration,” White said. “Clearly someone or something got into the pens.

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