The Jack County Sheriff's Office maintains a Livestock Registry to aid the Sheriff's Office with locating owners of lost, missing, or found livestock.  Without livestock owner information, it is sometimes impossible to locate an owner of an estray that has found their way onto our highways.

The Jack County Sheriff's Office makes every attempt to locate the owner of lost, missing, or found livestock before the animal(s) are impounded and sold at auction.  

Below you will find a list of currently impounded livestock, as well as a way for you to register your livestock with the Jack County Sheriff's Office so you can be notified if your livestock is found on our public roadways or on someone else's property.

Please contact the Jack County Sheriff's Office if you are the owner or know the owner of an animal listed on this web site. The owner of an animal may redeem this animal any time prior to sale, by providing the Sheriff's Office with an affidavit of ownership and paying all cost and fees associated with the impound of the animal.


If you have any questions, please contact us.  We appreciate your cooperation and participation in the Livestock Registry.   

Definition:  An Estray Animal is an animal that is farm stock, that has strayed away from the farm.  It is not an animal that is native to the area.  Estray Laws do not apply to rescued, domesticated pets, such as cats, or dogs.

Have a question about an estray or registering your livestock?

Give us a call at (940) 567-2161

or send us a message!

Estrays / Livestock

Register your livestock here!