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Lac qui Parle authorities hope to steer their way to cattle rustlers

Thieves made off with 26 steers from a feed lot near Madison, Minnesota. The big boys weigh in at 1,200 pounds or more each and are worth an estimated $40,000 apiece.
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Thieves made off with 26 steers from a feed lot near Madison, Minnesota. The big boys weigh in at 1,200 pounds or more each and are worth an estimated $40,000 apiece.

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