North Dakota shipping cows bred for cold to Kazakhstan

Jumbo jets from Fargo are transporting hundreds of cows bred to withstand extreme cold to help the country of Kazakhstan build up its beef industry.
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Jumbo jets from Fargo are transporting hundreds of cows bred to withstand extreme cold to help the country of Kazakhstan build up its beef industry.

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