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“First of all, duty to our country and God, and secondly to our traditions and our culture,” says Carlos Chacon, northern New Mexico rancher and Vietnam-era veteran. Chacon, like many ranchers in the industry, had his values instilled in him from the very beginning. These values led him to enlist in the Army and serve our country for four years.

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Tyson. ConAgra. Cargill. They’re some of the biggest names in the meat business. Bow Creek Farm and Cattle Co. is a small name that’s beginning to make a big statement in central Pennsylvania.

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If you’ve ever put together a jigsaw puzzle, you know that once you get started joining a few pieces together and begin to get a glimpse of the total picture, it motivates you to keep working on the project.

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You know the feeling you get when you put on a fresh pair of blue jeans and stick your hand in your pocket only to find a crumpled-up dollar bill?

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There is a flame of passion burning strong in Jim Kopriva despite candidly admitting the reins of Kopriva Angus near Raymond, South Dakota, are split with his son.

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“It’s important to note John Wayne never made a movie about rotational grazing. There’s nothing sexy about it,” said Brent Fry at the 2017 Arkansas Cattlemen’s Association convention in Fort Smith.

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