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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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Ranches derived from family heritage in the Pineywoods eco-region of East Texas were described in the September, 2013 issue of Progressive Cattleman.

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Eastern Oregon is a challenging environment for raising cattle. Some years there are more months of winter than summer.

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Resources, weather give birth to western Kansas feedyards

Western Kansas has always played a role in the beef industry.

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As one of the five distinct geographical areas in Texas, east Texas is primarily comprised of the Piney Woods ecoregion, but also includes part of the Gulf Coast Prairies, Post Oak Savannah and Blackland Prairies ecoregions.

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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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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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