"They've been shooting cattle," he claimed. "They butcher them and eat them."
Misenheimer says someone's intentionally killing his livestock.
For years he claims certain neighbors won't leave him or his property alone.
"They've been harassing me for years."
He says it all started after some of his cattle got loose. When the neighbor threatened to do something about it, Misenheimer threatened legal action.
"He said if you sue me I'll shoot your livestock, run over them and then sue you."
Misenheimer says they apparently followed through on the promise.
We flip through dozens of photos that are all proof he says his neighbors have killed his cattle and pigs.
The Stone County Sheriff's Office isn't as quick to point fingers though.
"It could have been something completely innocent and made to look like something not," said Sheriff's Deputy, Glen Crymes.
The SO says without specific evidence pointing to the neighbors being responsible, they can't do much off of just pictures.
While they will investigate every call, having already responded to both Misenheimer's and his neighbors property multiple times for different complaints, it's hard for them to see this as something besides just another 'neighborly battle'.
"They seem to have a small feud going on between each other," Deputy Crymes said. "We would hope that people would settle it among themselves, grow-up."
Holding someone responsible for killing his cattle however, Misenheimer says is beyond growing up.
"They're the trouble. Not me."
Misenheimer tells me he has filed a lawsuit.
We can't go without mentioning, he was arrested in the midst of this feud after his neighbors filed a protection order he says just to get him in trouble.
Due to time constraints and their availability we weren't able to get in touch with his neighbors.