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It took 5 hours to wrangle a pair of escaped calves in Hampden

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Two 6-month-old Dexter calves escaped from a farm in Hampden, Maine. They spent the day in a neighbor's yard munching grass and helping themselves to fallen apples. Owner Cindy Philbrick corralled the cows and shut the gate behind them. It took between four and five hours to recapture the calves.
Published 4 months ago · Hampden, United States

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It took 5 hours to wrangle a pair of escaped calves in Hampden

When Cindy Philbrick got a call from Hampden’s public safety director on Tuesday about two loose calves outside her yard, she responded the only way she said made sense — she told him to herd the cows inside the fence and shut the gate behind them.There the two 6-month-old Dexter calves stayed for most of the day, munching on the lawn’s grass and helping themselves to fallen apples from Philbrick’s trees.“I got the call at work and [Hampden Dire…

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