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Fewer Colorado cattle die from storm

Agriculture.com Staff 01/05/2007 @ 12:17pm

LAS ANIMAS, Colo. (AP)--Colorado ranchers appear to have averted massive cattle die-offs from a blizzard that left 10-foot drifts and stranded thousands of animals on rangeland, but livestock deaths in feedlot pens may be substantial, officials said Thursday.

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LAS ANIMAS, Colo. (AP)--Colorado ranchers appear to have averted massive cattle die-offs from a blizzard that left 10-foot drifts and stranded thousands of animals on rangeland, but livestock deaths in feedlot pens may be substantial, officials said Thursday.

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