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11 bison still on the lam in Schoharie County

Rick Bishop, right, Graham Fancher, second from right, and Mike Bove, left, form part of a posse of neighbors Wednesday who were helping a local farmer search for 11 bison that escaped from their farm Monday.
Rick Bishop, right, Graham Fancher, second from right, and Mike Bove, left, form part of a posse of neighbors Wednesday who were helping a local farmer search for 11 bison that escaped from their farm Monday.
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A cadre of Richmondville men chatted quietly on a dusty gravel road Thursday afternoon. Three sat on four-wheelers, another leaned against his pickup truck. One peered through a spotting scope hoping to catch a glimpse of his neighbor’s bison that decided to roam free after escaping from their home farm. Bison are similar to dairy cows, said Graham Fancher, one of the half-dozen people waiting at a spot they believed the herd of 11 bison ...


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