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Buffalo Roundup Underway In NW Iowa

May 14, 2012, 3:42 PM

Buffalo Roundup Underway In NW Iowa

Cowboys on horseback are at work in northwest Iowa, trying to round up buffalo that broke out of a ranch near Ashton.

Authorities say 225 buffalo broke out of their pen at the Frick and Joe Buffalo Ranch Sunday evening.  While they have corralled most of the herd, more than 30 buffalo are still roaming fields.

Motorists are being asked to be careful while traveling in the area.

KELOLAND News rode along as authorities tracked down the animals Monday afternoon.  Tune in to KELOLAND News at 6 for that story.

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