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Baxter Black

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Baxter Black

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Host Bob Edwards talks with Morning Edition commentator Baxter Black about life on the range. Black proclaims himself the "greatest cowboy poet in the known universe," and has written a new book, Horseshoes, Cowsocks, and Duckfeet: More Commentary by NPR's Cowboy Poet & Former Large Animal Veterinarian.

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