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Find out more about the people in production, including the producers behind unique operations and innovative management strategies.

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In the rolling wooded hills of Starr, South Carolina, sits Weems Creek Cattle Company’s 2,400 acres – home to 365 head of mama cows.

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With 500 acres of dallisgrass, bermudagrass, fescue and johnsongrass, David Long will take one to four cuttings a year and put up 650 to 700 round bales in Waldron, Arkansas, for his registered Brahman herd.

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Chance was a 17-year-old chestnut Arabian, given to my oldest granddaughter Heather by her great-aunt for Christmas in 2000, when Heather was 9.

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With 500 acres of dallisgrass, bermudagrass, fescue and johnsongrass, David and Lisa Long will take one to four cuttings a year and put up 650 to 700 round bales in Waldron, Arkansas. If he had a market to sell the hay to, it still wouldn’t provide enough to make a living, but additional land isn’t as available as it once was. Long knew something at Peaceful Valley Farms had to change.

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A 4-H project that got out of hand. That’s what Tommy Mead of Mead Cattle Enterprises says about his passion for the Hereford breed.

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What makes a man who grew up in the San Francisco Bay area choose the life of a cattleman in eastern Oregon? A passion for the beef industry and a knack for the business to make it all work.

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