The Morning Edition - Sask | Mar 14, 2013 | 7:01

Triplets in Melfort

A couple from the Melfort area just had triplets, and they weighed an impressive 90, 88, and 70 pounds respectively. Sheila chats with farmer Wally LaClare about his cow giving birth to 3 calves.

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