The Buddy the Beefalo story, which should be a made for TV movie, began in August 2020 when Buddy escaped from a processing plant in Plymouth, Connecticut.  A processing plant is a nicer way to say slaughterhouse and Buddy wasn't having it. He had a lot of living and sightseeing to do, not to mention hooking up with some attractive cows.

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When the APB went out from Captain Ed Benecchi of the Plymouth Police Department, Buddy was labeled as a "highly aggressive" 1-ton steer, but there was no way Buddy was going to be turned into a rump roast anytime soon.

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