5 Month Old FFA Show Steer Set on Fire at High School’s Agriculture Barn

This steer was part of the Paso Robles High School FFA show steers. Someone broke into their Agriculture Barn and set this steer on fire. He was found like this 15 hours later when his owner came to feed him.

Photo Credit: ksby.com

I am sitting in my anatomy and physiology lab right now, preparing for my lab practical that I will be taking in precisely 25 minutes. I stopped to give myself a little Facebook break, we all know they are deserving, and I find a good friend posting this story about a five-month-old steer that someone set on fire. 

I had just taken the time to write a letter on this post to the monster who thought that this was something worth doing. Whoever you are, disgusting doesn’t even begin to touch what I feel about you. I then realize, being the psychology major that I am who has an intense interest in studying criminals and sociopaths and psychopaths and serial killers, that it is probably a terrible idea to put so much energy and effort into making his crimes known and detailing them. Serial killers, sociopaths, psychopaths, etc. get a sort of “high” when they realize they are getting attention and “famous” and also a lot more dangerous. I am using these serious labels because normally those are the only people who would do such a monstrous act.  So, that being said, I ask you agriculture and agvocate friends one thing: spread this page around and let us use our intensely amazing powers of networking to help police find out any information that we can about the piece of trash who put a 5 month old calf through Hell.

Again, here is the link for the story:

Local FFA Student’s Steer Set on Fire

Please, please let’s join together to help catch the son of a _______ who did this. On that note, I need to get back to studying so I can graduate and help capture people like this scum of the earth and put them away for the rest of their life.

Thoughts and prayers go to this calf and his struggle back to recovery as well as his owner and family.