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    "The zen of cows"; a veterinary student finds enlightenment in a cow's anatomy. "Preg test day" on a ranch sees pregnant cows kept and the others sold for hamburgers. "The Change in Farming"; A young composer hears wisdom and music in his grandfather's stories.

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