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Buffalo trading in Can Cau fair
Vietnam

The buffalo market in Can Cau fair formed spontaneously by ten years ago. During Can Cau fair, the farmer living around Si Ma Cai come here to find and purcharse buffalo that help them in daily work.

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Uploaded: 05/03/2012
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