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Those cattle need oxygen, too

Cows tested for altitude sickness at Hay Gulch ranch, some culled
Veterinary technician Lisa Herrick finds the jugular vein so she can insert a catheter into one of Davin Montoya's Angus bovines as she and Dr. Tim Holt, right, test the pulmonary arterial pressure, a measurement that will give an indication of suseptability for High Altitude Disease, or "Brisket" Disease. The test is done on cattle when they are 9-12 months of age and is a way to tell if the animal has the potential for developing the disease. Montoya has about 100 head of Angus cattle on his ranch in Hay Gulch.
Cattle on Davin Montoya's ranch in Hay Gulch are tested for High Altitude Disease, or "Brisket" Disease.

Those cattle need oxygen, too

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Veterinary technician Lisa Herrick finds the jugular vein so she can insert a catheter into one of Davin Montoya's Angus bovines as she and Dr. Tim Holt, right, test the pulmonary arterial pressure, a measurement that will give an indication of suseptability for High Altitude Disease, or "Brisket" Disease. The test is done on cattle when they are 9-12 months of age and is a way to tell if the animal has the potential for developing the disease. Montoya has about 100 head of Angus cattle on his ranch in Hay Gulch.
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Cattle on Davin Montoya's ranch in Hay Gulch are tested for High Altitude Disease, or "Brisket" Disease.
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