Minnesota residents study pesticide drift from potato fields
FRAZEE, Minn. - Norma Smith knew something wasn't right when, after several years of successful breeding, her family's flock of nearly 70 sheep produced just six lambs. More were born the next year, but many of those were sick or deformed. By that winter, 29 of the sheep had mysteriously died.
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