Those cows that were wrustled from a farm in Dartmouth over the weekend remain in Pennsylvania under quarantine.

They were initially taken to an animal auction in Lancaster County Pennsylvania before they were seized by police. Dartmouth Police Chief Tim Lee tells WBSM News the case is going well.

Although Chief Lee admits to not being a cow expert, he believes they have been quarantined so they can be under the watchful eye of a veterinarian and they'll be returned to the Dartmouth farm once it's determined they are free of any disease.