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Nestled among the rolling hills in beautiful Mason County, Kentucky is a fourth generation family farm dating back to the 1800’s that is owned and managed by three brothers – Tommy, Larry and Mike Manning. Operating as Triple M Farms in Kentucky, the brothers have combined their resources in a partnership to raise Angus and Black Hereford cattle as well as corn, soybeans and hay. The Manning brothers are carrying on the family legacy and continue to seek ways to practice regenerative agriculture while producing a high quality beef product.

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Many wise Americans, from poets to presidents, have praised farming as a noble calling. It’s a rewarding endeavor, to be sure, but it certainly isn’t easy.

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A prenuptial or premarital agreement, many times called a “pre-nup,” may seem like a contentious topic to discuss leading up to a marriage that most fully intend to make last a lifetime.

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When lecturing to the beef production capstone course in the division of animal sciences at the University of Missouri, I like to ask uncomfortable questions.

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During a recent interview, a reporter asked me about the struggles of time management for the part-time farmer. First, have you ever met a part-time farmer? I haven’t. You’re either a farmer or you’re not. It’s just who you are.

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Not unlike years past, 2022 is proving to be a year of ups and downs for American ranchers. On the one hand, market prices and export demand are strong. Tighter feeder cattle supplies combined with higher global demand will likely keep prices elevated.

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