CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. (AP) -- A northwestern Pennsylvania dairy farmer has lost his barn and herd in an early morning fire.

Cambridge Springs Volunteer Fire Chief Dick Massung tells the Meadville Tribune (http://bit.ly/K7mCXa ) that Sunday morning's fire isn't considered suspicious although the cause remains under investigation.

The fire was reported about 3:10 a.m. Sunday at a farm owned by Jim Morton. It wasn't immediately clear how many cattle died.

Nobody was hurt in the fire, but the two-story, 50-by-100-foot barn on his property in Rockdale Township was a complete loss. The barn was located about 95 miles north of Pittsburgh, in Crawford County.

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Information from: The Meadville Tribune, http://www.meadvilletribune.com

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