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NMSU To Host Forum On Cow High-Altitude Disease

New Mexico State University (NMSU) has announced that it will give cattle producers a chance to learn more about bovine high-altitude disease and cattle dying from hypertension while grazing in the mountains.

New Mexico State University has announced that it will give cattle producers a chance to learn more about bovine high-altitude disease and cattle dying from hypertension while grazing in the mountains.

The school's Top of the Valle research facility at the Valles Caldera National Preserve will host a field day Sept. 23 at the 89,000-acre Baca Ranch.

Presentations on the research will be given, and cattlemen will be able to view the bulls and cows from the research.

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