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    Cattle on Tuesday at the Kelley Bros. Farm in Pittston. The cows are sold as natural grass-fed beef.

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    Pete Kelley removes grass from a water trough in a pasture Tuesday at Kelley Bros. Farm in Pittston. When the spring that his beef cattle drank from dried up, Kelley laid a pipeline to provide the cows fresh water from a well. "This is the driest it has ever been in my lifetime," Kelley said.

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    Pete Kelley repairs a water trough in a pasture Tuesday at Kelley Bros. Farm in Pittston. The spring the beef cattle drank from dried up two months ago, compelling Kelley to build a pipeline from a well to provide the herd water.

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    Pete Kelley surveys the dried up hay standing in a pasture Tuesday at Kelley Bros. Farm in Pittston. Kelley said the beef cattle can still find fresh roots to consume but "not for much longer."

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