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MI: St. Louis cattleman Jim Baker dies in accidental shooting

May 20, 2012

By Linda Gittleman, TheMorningSun.com

Jim Baker, owner of Great Lakes Cattle Marketing of St. Louis, was killed Friday in a shooting accident.
 
Baker, 50, was hunting after a raccoon in the barn when he tripped and fell, shooting himself, his father, John Baker, said Saturday.
 
About 10 years ago Baker organized Great Lakes Cattle, marketing the most cattle east of the Mississippi.

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