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I would like to tell the story of a real-life Christmas miracle. With the hustle and bustle of the world around us, we often forget that the Christmas season is a very special time, and miracles do happen.

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Some areas of the country are more difficult than others in which to raise cattle. Southwestern New Mexico is one of these regions, although for a couple of reasons that may be unexpected.

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Grant Vassberg doesn’t let age impede his ability to lead the family seedstock operation. A steady youth movement is largely what defines his entire approach at Kallion Farms – a 1,300-head operation in College Station, Texas.

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Family tradition states John Walker (of Scottish-Irish descent) and his five brothers served in the American Revolution Continental Army. John Walker served as a private in Captain John Morrow’s company of Pennsylvania Riflemen, 2nd Battalion, signing up in May of 1776.

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To some, a rancher and a range conservationist could be considered “night and day,” but are these two groups of people really that different?

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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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