The sheriff's office said Monday that 30 to 40 sheep had died in the 80-acre field covered with green standing grass
Sheriff's spokesman Don Thomson told Statesman Journal deputies responded Sunday and gave remaining sheep water and food. More than 200 survived.
Neighbors said they have long been concerned about the care of the sheep and conditions turned fatal as temperatures climbed into the 90s.
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