State Police raided a suspected cockfighting ring in Washington County, Channel 11 News reports.
Chopper 11 flew above the Daisytown scene Wednesday afternoon as authorities brought out cages.
State Police say that they retrieved 127 birds and significant amount of cockfighting materials at the farm.
"Police report that the birds were kept within a 'rooster yard' in individual housing units and those units were manufactured using pickle barrels and/or 3-foot-high white canvas teepees," Washington County District Attorney Eugene A. Vittone II said. "Many birds were tethered to their barrel or teepee, which is the typical practice in the cockfighting industry.
"We border states where this type of illegal, inhumane and barbaric action is tolerated, but I can assure you, it won't be tolerated here."
Thus far, there have been no arrests, but the investigation is ongoing.
The Humane Society assisted State Police in Wednesday's raid. The group is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for the arrest and conviction of a cockfighter. Call 877-TIP-HSUS for additional details.