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Regional Features

Learn about different regions of the U.S. that are key to the beef cattle industry.

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When people think “cattle country,” Ohio isn’t among the first places that come to mind. Between the Buckeye State’s well-known metropolises, 16,900 beef herds can be found across the green pastures of all 88 counties.

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It seems to fit Kentucky perfectly to be the No. 1 state with the most head of cattle east of the Mississippi river.

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History of feedyard industry grows richer in Hereford, Texas

From the name of the town’s newspaper, Hereford Brand, to the high school mascot, Hereford Whitefaces, almost every single aspect of life in this small Texas town is influenced by beef.

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When the owners of the Santa Teresa Livestock Auction came together with a unique idea, they seemed to be following a theme of many successful entrepreneurs: Find a need and fill it – and that is exactly what they did.

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A land of good cattle, good grass and good people—what few people there are

As the 46th least-populated state in the U.S., South Dakota is prime country for agriculture.

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Southern Utah – where Indians scribed their history on cliffs, Butch Cassidy hid from the law, and John Wayne became the Duke. The area has been known as the land of cowboys and Indians.

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