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Breaking into the cattle business isn’t easy. It requires land to graze and grow feed, equipment and genetics, making young producers a rare breed.

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One Iowa couple was determined to make it back to the family custom feeding operation, even though it couldn’t support two families…read how they did it.

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The current average age of farmers and ranchers in the U.S. is about 58 years. Since this is an average number, it signifies that a large number of farmers and ranchers are over 58 years old.

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The scenic environment around Kaczmarek Herefords may be a bit remote from traditional cattle country. But when buyers go there, they typically find just what they’re looking for.

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The cattle industry is very diverse – from the cow-calf operator to feeders and processors. Very few people have all of the resources they need in a small area, but for producers in northern Colorado, their needs are met.

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The Edwards Plateau ecoregion of central Texas is an elevated area originally formed from marine deposits of sandstone, limestone, shales and dolomites 100 million years ago when this region was covered by ocean.

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