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LOVELOCK, NV - JANUARY 29, 2014: Rancher Anthony Moura ignited propane pumped into pocket gopher holes to kill the gophers that kill the alfalfa on his ranch. Normally, Moura floods his fields to irrigate and eliminate the pocket gophers, but with drought conditions, he's trying other options and expects to receive none of his expected water allotment. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times
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LOVELOCK, NV - JANUARY 29, 2014: Rancher Anthony Moura ignited propane pumped into pocket gopher holes to kill the gophers that kill the alfalfa on his ranch. Normally, Moura floods his fields to irrigate and eliminate the pocket gophers, but with drought conditions, he's trying other options and expects to receive none of his expected water allotment. CREDIT: Max Whittaker for The New York Times

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  • Location: Lovelock NV USA
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