Police accuse Wisconsin man of starving cows on family farm
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<p> A 19-year-old central Wisconsin man has been charged with intentionally starving cows on his family's farm.</p> <p> The Wausau Daily Herald reports prosecutors charged Joshua Litze Friday with two counts of intentionally failing to provide <a href="https://abcnews.go.com/alerts/Food" id="_ap_link_food_Food_" target="_blank">food</a> to <a href="https://abcnews.go.com/alerts/Animals" id="_ap_link_animals_Animals_" target="_blank">animals</a>, four counts of failing to timely dispose of an animal carcass and one count of bail jumping.</p> <amp-ad width=330 height=215 class="amp-ad" layout=responsive type="yieldmo" data-ymid="1371666030755428697"> </amp-ad><p> The complaint says a Marathon County sheriff's deputy responded to a report of cattle in the road near a farm in Norrie, about 25 miles (40.23 kilometers) east of Wausau. The officer found cows with bones protruding from their sides and at least four carcasses of dead cows.</p> <p> Authorities say Litzke was supposed to be taking care of nearly 30 cows while his father was out of town.</p> <p> It wasn't clear if Litzke has a lawyer.</p>