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GUEST opinion

Sep 25, 2009
It is my belief after having traversed the entire range of the Pryor Mountain herd and having looked at the amount of grasses left, that if the numbers in this herd are not managed, and a hard winter sets in, whether its this winter or next winter, there is going to be a large die-off in this herd.

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