Klamath Falls rancher takes on Union Pacific over dead cattle
(Source: The Oregonian, October 14, 2013)
PORTLAND, Ore. A legal battle between a Klamath Falls rancher and a railroad over 24 dead cattle has ended because the rancher believes his opponents realized he was too old to know the meaning of quit. These were not just regular cattle. Topham owns Flying T Salers -- a special breed considered nature's first wild cow, and the 24 that were killed were valued at several hundred thousand dollars. Images of Salers have been discovered painted on cave walls in France dating back more than 7,000 years.
Full story: The Oregonian
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
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