From Strawberries to Cattle

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The Hamm family started with 90 acres and now has about 500 In 1958, Thomas Franklin and Darylene Joy Hamm traveled from a strawberry farm...

High Cotton

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The Tripp family’s cotton operation continues to grow and expand Billy Tripp raised rice, corn and soybeans outside of Griffithville, Ark., in White County.  Three years...

Passing it Down

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The Feather family is working to pass down their family farming legacy to future generation Feather Farms was started by Floyd and Jeanette Feather after...

Producing Calves Through Science

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Big Branch-Cooper Cattle sees AI and ET as value-added processes Brent and Tracy Cooper attended Arkansas Tech at the same time but did not meet...

Creating Opportunities

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Brothers Conner and Dalton Palarino want young exhibitors to have the chance to hit the ring Connor Palarino’s father Danny always had a few cattle,...

Breeding for Top-Quality Animals

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Bacon Cattle and Sheep breed for show-quality Herefords and club lambs While both Craig and Debbie Bacon came from production agriculture families in Missouri, their...

Managing Two Species

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The Diamond A Ranch is home to registered and commercial cattle, as well as a sheep flock Herman and Kathy Ahrens live on the Diamond A Ranch in...

In His Blood

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Dan Douglas continues farming on part of his family’s original 1853 homestead Dan Douglas of Bentonville, Ark., was raised on a chicken and dairy farm....

Doing What He Loves

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The Spears operation includes as many as 1,600 stocker calves, in addition to a cow/calf herd  Randy Spears and his wife Dawna acquired their last...

Taking a Risk

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Tim Harris starts his own Thoroughbred breeding operation Tim Harris first worked for Walmart in the stores while in college. After school, he transferred to...