Hundreds of Florida Dairy Cows Perish in Ian’s Savage Wake

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MYAKKA CITY, Fla.—They hustled the herd from their stalls and into the unfastened fields wherever the cows would beryllium safer from the storm, a signifier honed during a half-century of dairy farming successful Florida and successful Maine for a period before. The monolithic steel-frame, metal-roof barns that housed Dakin Dairy Farm’s astir 5,000 Holsteins could withstand winds up to 70 miles per hour, Jerry Dakin said, but astatine “80 to 100, things commencem...
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