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Ranchers work to keep calves alive
Heavy spring snowstorms have created hardships for North Dakota cattle herds and caretakers. Most ranchers have moved away from cow herds calving during the winter to avoid the cold and snow. However, this year’s latewinter weather has ranchers working day and night to keep newborn calves alive.
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