Cattlemen will guide 50 cows on Dodge County roads

File photo. (WLUK/Alexa Santos)

(DODGE COUNTY) -- A number of Dodge County roads may see more traffic from cows than cars Sunday morning.

Officials say the cattle drive will last about four to five hours.

The drive will start on Thursh Road in the Town of Lebanon. The cattle drive will include Bluebird Road to County R, north through the Village of Hustisford, then north on County E to County S to a farm.

The owner of the 50 cows has hired 15 cattlemen who will be on horseback to control traffic and guide cattle.

Drivers should use caution if travelling in the Hustisford/Lebanon area Sunday morning.

Drivers are reminded that as per state law, livestock have the right of way.

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