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Read profile articles featuring individual beef producers and operations, as well as regions of the country that are key to the industry.


The tall grass prairie of the Flint Hills region in Kansas is one of the last untouched grazing areas of what was once over 140 million acres that extended from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.

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How will Japan’s expansion for U.S. beef create export opportunities for you?

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Nebraska is known for two things: cattle and corn.

In this Midwestern state, these two commodities rule, and there are very few places in Nebraska one can go without seeing these items.

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A year ago, Greg Peterson had no idea he’d be recognized while out Christmas shopping with his family.

The ag communication major routinely made videos with his brothers depicting life on the family farm – but one video, posted over the summer, changed their lives.

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Christian Veterinary Mission students find ways to deliver in Central America.

If you would have told the Israelites over 2,000 years ago that the Messiah would be born in a stable, they would have looked at you like you were crazy.

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“You couldn’t see. You couldn’t breathe. You couldn’t go outside for days,” remembers Eugene Littlefield. “It was awful.”

Littlefield is referring to the giant black clouds of soil that would blot out the sun and swallow the countryside. Born in Wayside, Texas in 1934, Littlefield was welcomed into the world by the Dust Bowl

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