Neighbors said what's most frustrating is that this isn't the first time humane officers were at the home. They were there in 2008 removing farm animals, including roosters and goats.
"You would think that this would never have a chance to happen again. This is a public failure," Miller said.
The state dog warden will be filing criminal charges for cruelty, kenneling an excessive number of dogs and failing to give them medical care.