The calf who survived the slaughterhouse
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The calf that survived the slaughterhouse

Lori Bates kills for a living. Each week dozens of animals meet their end at her slaughterhouse in rural Arkansas. But she also saves lives - whenever a pregnant injured animal is brought in, her butcher's tools become a vet's scalpels.

As part of the BBC's series from Clinton, Arkansas, meet the small-town slaughter woman who turns surgeon by performing emergency C-sections.

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