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10 goats killed by dogs at Lubbock ISD Ag Barn

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Lubbock ISD Ag Farm (Source: Dominic Lawrence, KCBD) Lubbock ISD Ag Farm (Source: Dominic Lawrence, KCBD)
Lubbock ISD Ag Barn (Source: Dominic Lawrence, KCBD) Lubbock ISD Ag Barn (Source: Dominic Lawrence, KCBD)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Ten more goats have been killed at the Lubbock ISD Ag Barn, but this time the goats were attacked by dogs.

LISD police said someone found the goats around 10:30 a.m. and immediately suspected they came from more gunshots like last month when someone shot and killed 28 of the goats. 

But when they took the goats to a veterinarian, the autopsy determined that the wounds were actually dog bites.

Ten goats died and eight more are wounded. 

Roger Green, the Ag teacher at Monterey High School, says three dogs were spotted on Monday morning. Animal control chased them but were not able to catch them. They have two live traps set up in case they return.

That makes 39 goats dead and eight injured over the past two months, Green said, and if the dogs have owners, they could be held liable.

As for security at the barn, they do have two security cameras they will continue to monitor.

They say the front gate is always open so people can come care for their animals, and that will not change according to Green. 

But they say once school starts back up, more students will be in and out of the facility to keep an eye on the animals, which they hope will prevent any further losses.

However, Ian Garcia, the Lubbock District President of FFA, said he hopes to see security changes from these incidents. 

"These gates, I think there needs to be a time set of when you need to come feed your goats," he said, "and then they need to be locked up."

Debra Perry and her daughter, Reagan Johnson, agree with Garcia. They have nursed four of the wounded goats from the past two months, and hope the school board will meet to make security changes to benefit the animals and students. 

"“It’s a learning process, so make it a tool," Perry said, "and learn from the outcome.”

Lubbock ISD police say they're still searching for leads from the shooting that killed many of those goats last month, and there is still a reward for any information. Anyone with information about the previous incident is asked to contact LISD police at (806) 219-0212.

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