Texas Livestock A Casualty Of Hurricane Ike

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Cows displaced by Hurricane Ike roam freely on State Highway 73 in southern Texas. Marisa Penaloza/NPR hide caption

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Cows displaced by Hurricane Ike roam freely on State Highway 73 in southern Texas.

Cows displaced by Hurricane Ike roam freely on State Highway 73 in southern Texas.

Marisa Penaloza/NPR

Many small towns in Texas have been devastated by Hurricane Ike. The agricultural community of Fannett, Texas, was flattened by the storm. Residents are returning in hopes of reclaiming what was left behind. But many are finding their valuable livestock dead.

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