Most of the 3,000 cattle on New Mexico’s Acoma Pueblo have been isolated since the storms last week with no extra feed or access to unfrozen water, says reporter/pilot Bob Martin.
Ranch hands have not been able to get out there as the extreme cold of the high country keeps the deep snow from melting.
Tractor crews are attacking it, but there are miles to go.
Not only is access important for care of the livestock, but many pueblo residents heat their homes with firewood gathered from the area.
Thanks to Marc Morano for this link
Also, look at these interesting photos from the Pueblo of Acoma website
Pueblo is a Spanish word meaning village or town. The Indian villages in New Mexico are all called Pueblos, example Acoma Pueblo, Cochiti Pueblo etc. So you should call it Acoma Pueblo.
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