Charges are pending against two people, after dozens of horses were discovered in poor conditions in Mercer County.
The Humane Society of Mercer County tells us there are 29 pending charges of animal cruelty against the two owners.
Nicole Rust and Marvin Stickley were co-owners of the horses, and are expected to be formally charged next week.
The Mercer County Humane Society seized 34 horses from a farm on Tuesday.
Several dead horses were also discovered, on what they're calling an apparent breeding farm in Mercer County.
Erie A.N.N.A. Shelter is helping to care for some of the horses. They're taking care of 22 of them, ranging in age from 3 months to 25 years old.
7 of the horses were pregnant.
The shelter says most are in poor condition, starving and suffering from neglect issues.
All of the horses have a severe skin condition caused by living in mud.