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Horses mow and bale their own hay
Horses mow and bale their own hay
The farm has 25 acres in hay — enough hay to feed the horses and sell a little.

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3 Sisters Beef a family effort
3 Sisters Beef a family effort
While beef is their biggest business — their current herd is about 400 mother cows — they also raise hogs, lambs, and fryers to keep the farm diversified.
Father, daughter follow holistic strategies
Father, daughter follow holistic strategies
Lazy R Ranch relies on a philosophy called Holistic Management, a system developed by a Zimbabwean wildlife biologist and farmer named Allan Savory.
Brothers have ranching in their blood
Brothers have ranching in their blood
Cody and Lee Sandberg grew up around livestock.
Rancher learns business from the ground up
Rancher learns business from the ground up
Limousin cows are hardy and docile, both important considerations for a rancher.
Blackford cattle perform well in harsh conditions
Blackford cattle perform well in harsh conditions
Crossing Angus bulls with Hereford cows proved a winner for Steve Teichert.
No ‘usual’ days for this cattlewoman
No ‘usual’ days for this cattlewoman
Sheila Bowen is president of the 2,050-member California Cattlewoman Association.
Top-quality Herefords a passion for ranchers
Top-quality Herefords a passion for ranchers
Bruce and Linda Sharp of Ririe, Idaho, share a passion for raising Herefords.
Lowline Angus offers big value for its small size
Lowline Angus offers big value for its small size
Lowline Angus began as a research experiment in Australia that kept one herd the same frame size they were when first imported from Scotland.