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Cattlemen facing winter with optimisim

Posted: Friday, September 28, 2012 5:00 am

HOLBROOK — The Navajo County Cattlemen’s Association met Sept.17 at the fairgrounds in Holbrook to talk over some of the issues facing them going into 2013. President Monti Hancock said last week, “We meet twice a year to promote the livestock industry in Navajo County and address some of the issues facing all of us. People from all walks of life participate in the association, not just ranchers. We have more than 50 members and would like more.”

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