Coming Home to Angus

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Craig Stephenson got out of the cattle business several years ago, but came back to the industry in 2012 With a herd of only 13...

Army Vet Discovers New Mission

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“When I retired from the Army, I’d lived all around the country and decided the Ozarks was the place for us. We bought a farm, built a new house, started with cattle. Very quickly, I learned a lot,” Butch Ferguson said as he explained how he came to the Ozarks. He and his wife, JoEllen, a nurse with the Wounded Warrior Project, have 190 acres in rural Pulaski County, Mo., just south of the St. Robert-Waynesville area.

Farming, Fishing and Facilitating

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Lane Shumaker has three jobs. The first is facilitating his own battery store, Battery Outfitters, located in Golden, Mo. Second, is his life on the farm raising Brangus-cross beef cattle. Then he’s also a tournament bass fisherman. That’s a full schedule, and just how Lane likes it.

Consistent, Efficient and Ideal

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For some farmers there is nothing prettier than a herd of Herefords grazing in the pasture. Tom Luthy III is one of those farmers. Tom owns a 200-acre farm in Laclede County; LIII Farms. He said, "We farm a total of about 350 acres." That includes his father's farm.

Life in the Land of Opportunity

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A black and white photo hangs on the wall of the Edmundo Quiñonez home in western Dallas County that shows a 13-year-old boy and other family members riding in a horse-drawn buckboard wagon across the dry desolate countryside of Durango, Mexico. The scene could easily belong to the mid-19th century instead of the mid-20th century when it was actually taken. Edmundo Quiñonez, owner of 220 acres, 100 Black Angus cows and three horned Hereford bulls, smiled as he pointed out that he is the young teen in the photo.

Twins, Mom Share a Love of Farm Life

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Though life is filled with uncertainty, Sandy Arthur has always been sure about one thing.

The Top of the Line

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Wallen Prairie Ranch, and Paul and Rhonda Wallen strive for the best Beefmaster cattle possible Paul Wallen and his wife Rhonda took a big risk...

Rural Limousin

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It has been purebred Limousin, even with their part-time breeding program, for Stephen and Judith Fugitt

Setting An Example

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When Marilyn Calvin’s husband, Kenneth died suddenly six years ago, she was faced with a myriad of decisions, including if she would continue the...

Quality In, Quality Out

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Kemper Farm markets farm-fresh pork, eggs, chickens and beef About six years ago, Josh Kemper told his wife Chantel he had an idea. “He just said, ‘Hey,...
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