Montana School's Lunchmeat Goes Missing A school in Ashland, Mont., maintains a herd of bison that provide meat for student lunches — but the animals have gone missing.
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Montana School's Lunchmeat Goes Missing

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Montana School's Lunchmeat Goes Missing

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ARI SHAPIRO, host:

Good morning. I'm Ari Shapiro.

A school in Ashland, Montana, is looking for lunch. It seems to have wandered off. The school maintains a herd of bison. They provide meat for student meals, but the animals are gone. The school's executive director says they may have run through a fence during a Memorial Day weekend thunderstorm. People in the area should be on the lookout for shaggy, brown creatures with horns that taste great on a bun with ketchup and mustard.

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