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Be on the lookout for 150 stolen pigs

Investigators say someone swiped market-ready pigs worth about $30,000 from a farm in southeastern Minnesota. Livestock auction houses are watching out for anyone trying to sell pigs without documentation.
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Investigators say someone swiped market-ready pigs worth about $30,000 from a farm in southeastern Minnesota. Livestock auction houses are watching out for anyone trying to sell pigs without documentation.

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