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Pronghorn antelope (Antilocapra americana) travel a road in the Modoc Plateau of northern California to avoid heavy snow.

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Ranch hands at the Bull and Gelding Sale in Red Bluff, California.

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Ranch hands pack bales of hay for winter in Modac County, California.

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A young boy dodges a nuzzle from a llama visiting his school in Palo Cedro, California.

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An elderly man gathers oranges in California’s citrus growing belt.

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Woman on an orange quality check line in Northern California.

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Don Flynn and Jim Owens sit and talk at the Shasta Livestock Auction in Cottonwood, northern California. Ranching stays in the blood and the auction house serves as a social gathering place for ranchers both working and retired.

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A cattle dog watches hungry livestock from atop bales of hay at a Northern California ranch.

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A rancher leads his horse past a frozen irrigation ditch near Likely, California.

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Livestock stand knee-deep in snow on a winter day near Cedarville, in Northern California.

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A cow stands knee-deep in snow on a winter day near Cedarville, in Northern California.

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Duane and Ken McGarva haul hay out into the field for their cattle on a cold January day.

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This calf is being taken back out to the field for reintroduction to its herd. (Flournoy Ranch near Likely, CA.)

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Duane and Ken McGarva haul hay out into the field for their cattle on a cold January day.

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Bill Flournoy carries a calf to his truck — he’ll leave it there for a while to keep it warm.

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This calf is being taken back out to the field for reintroduction to its herd. (Flournoy Ranch near Likely, CA.)

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Workers at the Flournoy Ranch in northern California use axes to break the ice from a watering hole.

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Workers at the Flournoy Ranch in northern California load up hay on a cold January day.

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Workers at the Flournoy Ranch in northern California pitch hay from a truck for cattle on a January day.

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Workers at the Flournoy Ranch in northern California load up hay on a cold January day.

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Deer wade through the snow along a county road south of Cedarville, CA.

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