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BLM holsters plan to sell seized cattle in Utah
BLM » Utah leaders argued the cows rounded up by the feds should stay in Nevada ­— along with the controversy.

First Published Apr 08 2014 06:54 pm • Last Updated Apr 12 2014 07:24 pm

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