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This Monday, Dec. 28, 2015 photo provided by Bill Kshir shows a buried Ford Fusion, left, outside of Clovis, N.M. a day after a record snow storm swept New Mexico. Jimmy and Betty Anderson, two newspaper carriers with Clovis Media, Inc., were buried in a 12-foot snow drift for nearly 20 hours until a tractor driver found them Sunday, Dec. 27. (Bill Kshir via AP)

(Bloomberg) — Ranchers and dairy farmers in New Mexico and western Texas have gone online in their search for thousands of missing cattle a week after an historic two-day blizzard buried herds.

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