Three Florida dairy employees have been arrested after a video showing cows being abused went public, The Miami Herald reports.

The graphic video shows the cows being beaten, speared, stabbed and burned at McArthur Dairy.

The Herald reported the people arrested were Mario Hernandez, 31, an assistant supervisor, arrested on a third-degree felony charge of animal cruelty. Authorities said he struck a cow in the face with a sharpened PVC pipe. Fernando Lopez, 45, a caretaker, and Naul Dorantes-Garcia, 36, both face first-degree misdemeanor charges of cruelty to animals. They are accused of hitting cows in the udders with a blunt PVC pipe.

For more, read The Herald report.

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