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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Utah wildfires burned more than land, trees and brush.
Nearly 300 cattle and calves were killed, 90 were injured and about 1,300 are unaccounted for. That's according to a federal survey of ranchers.
Rancher Clark Bradshaw, of Beaver, lost 38 head in the Milford Flat fire, the largest in Utah history.
Utah State University has a Web site, Utahexchange.org, for ranchers who want to sell or buy hay.
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