On June 14, 2017, a shotgun was fired through a window of a Hickory Farms livestock barn in the parking lot of the Hensons’ Henson Farms, just north of the U.S. border.
A young female chicken named Tania was in the barn and died at the scene.
A day later, a man shot and killed a farm worker, wounding two other workers.
The incident has led to a number of investigations by state and federal agencies into the death of Tania, including the investigation of the incident by the U; Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
But while there is some overlap between the investigation and the investigation into Tania’s death, the investigation is distinct from the investigation that began in 2016, when the federal investigation into the Hickory incident was shut down by the state of Georgia.
In 2017, the U of G announced it was closing its investigation of Tanias death, which was prompted by the death on June 16 of an alpaca named Rosalie, who was also killed at the farm in February 2017.
Rosalina died of natural causes at the age of 10.
She was the first alpac in Georgia to be named by the USDA, which had recognized alpazas in its Species Survival Plan, a national program that promotes the conservation of endangered and threatened species.
The U of T’s investigation into Rosalies death is separate from the USDA’s investigation, which is also separate from its investigation into Hickory’s death.
The investigation into that investigation is ongoing, and the U’s investigation is continuing, and we will continue to cooperate with the investigation as best we can.
However, the state investigation into both cases is ongoing.
The state investigation was started in late 2016 and continues, with a goal of uncovering all facts, facts, and facts.
This is a very serious incident.
It has affected my family and I, and I have no doubt that my daughter will have the courage and the will to fight to get justice for Rosal, as I did for Tania.
But the investigation was shuttered, and there is no further information available.
The Hickory investigation was also shut down in 2017.
The HensON Farms incident is also still ongoing, though it was put under investigation by the Georgia Department of Investigation in late 2015, and closed in 2018.
This investigation was launched by the State of Georgia and led by the Office of the State’s Attorney.
The case remains open.
The farm was not at the time of the shooting, and Rosaliette’s death was not reported to law enforcement until March of this year.
However the investigation remains open, and as the investigation continues, the Hickys family is asking for the public’s help in finding out who is responsible.
They are asking that the public please stop by their home on Hensondys road just north a couple of miles from the U-T’s investigation office, at 8:30 a.m. to make a call and ask to speak with investigators, and for anyone who may have witnessed or may have information regarding this case, to come forward.
The family asks that anyone who was there at the barn or witnessed the incident call the Hickley Farms Investigations Division at (770) 527-3801, or call the U Of G’s Animal & Plant Health Investigation Unit at (912) 931-5227.
Rosy’s mother, Tania Cottrell, posted a message on social media following the killing, saying she has been “devastated” by the news.
“Rosy is one of the most loved and beloved of our family.
Her passing is a loss to our family and the Hickies family.
Please share this with as many people as you can,” Cottrel wrote.
“Please keep us in your prayers.”
We are still working with the U to find out who did this.
If anyone knows anything, please call us.
Tania Rosalien, Rosaliemh, Rosy and Rosy (Photo: Courtesy) Tania died at Hickories Hensontys farm in May 2017.
Her mother, Rosie Cottrill, wrote that she was “devasted” by news of the death.
“The death of Rosali and Rosie is a complete shock.
She and her family are gone and my heart aches for them,” Cotrell wrote.
The death of a farm animal is a terrible thing, especially when it is a little alpaula, and you never think it’s going to happen to your child.
I am so sorry for the loss of Rosi and the pain and loss it is going to cause us.
Please keep us all in your thoughts and prayers.
Rosie and Rosaly (Photo by: Facebook) Taneleh and Rosaleen (