Cows invade Georgia neighborhood, destroying yards and causing destruction

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — Newly released video shows a herd of cows causing trouble in a Georgia neighborhood.

The cows invaded a neighborhood in Warner Robins in January.

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New Ring Doorbell Camera video released Tuesday shows the cows walking through yards and walking up to the doors of homes.

Ring sent the video to Channel 2 Action News.

Homeowners said the cows destroyed landscaping and ate the bushes.

“There are deep holes from the cows walking in the grass, along with some lovely cow pies, but overall fixable damage,” said homeowner Alisha.

We first reported on the cow invasion when it happened in January.


Julianna Olson recently moved to Warner Robins from Wisconsin, and said she noticed her lawn was destroyed, WMAZ-TV reported.

“I’m like, ‘Who would vandalize this in the middle of the night!?’” Olson told WMAZ. “I was upset about it.”

While taking her dog for a walk, Olson realized that her whole block had been damaged. When she returned home, Olson took a look at the footage from her doorbell camera.

“I said ‘I’m going to figure out who this is and I’m going to send it to police,” Olson told WMAZ. “When I saw the video ... I could not stop laughing.”

The cows escaped from a dairy farm around two miles away.

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