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Lamb's pride

Luke Ruter, center, and sister Emily, display their affection for their January/February lambs which are entered in the 4-H Livestock Shows. Jaxon Behm, left, has entries in beef and goats. (Rand Middleton | Forum News Service)...

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Luke Ruter, center, and sister Emily, display their affection for their January/February lambs which are entered in the 4-H Livestock Shows. Jaxon Behm, left, has entries in beef and goats. (Rand Middleton | Forum News Service)

Luke Ruter, center, and sister Emily, display their affection for their January/February lambs which are entered in the 4-H Livestock Shows. Jaxon Behm, left, has entries in beef and goats. (Rand Middleton | Forum News Service)

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