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In addition to a huge swath of blackened rangeland ranchers affected by the Anderson Creek wildfire on the KansasOklahoma border now are dealing with animal health concerns says Kansas State University veterinarian Dave RethorstMany of the cows directly involved in the wildfire experienced burned udders he says Some of those cows are still producing enough milk to keep their calves alive but many producers are having to bottle feed their springborn calves using milk replacer instead Producers
Expect prices to move sideways
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