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March 11, 2015

Linda Dallyn, who along with husband Brad raise cattle south of Ribstone, Alberta had two more youngsters to look after recently. Twin calves shown here are just over two hours old with one in the warmer—while another awaits its turn to dry off. The animals were born just before noon when it was -13 C. but with a windchill it was -21. Another calf was born the same day though at 5:30 a.m. when it was -30 outside. It too was brought into the barn to warm up. Calving season generally takes place from March to the end of April. A Salute to Agriculture is featured in this week’s print edition. ©Provost News Photo.

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