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Access to Efficiency: The Painter Ranch Family & Rotational Grazing

2017-05-12 17:17:34| National Farmers Union

By Lura Roti, South Dakota Farmers Union Running cattle on Harding County grasslands has been a part of the Painter family legacy since 1895, when Lewis Levi Painter rode the open range as a horse wrangler for the CY Cattle Company of Texas. He ran a few cows with the main herd and squatted on […]

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Access to Land: The Wonneberg Ranch Family & Succession Planning

2017-04-28 22:51:25| National Farmers Union

By Lura Roti, South Dakota Farmers Union As its mother protectively stands guard, her newborn calf, supported precariously by its wobbly legs, looks curiously at its surroundings and then begins nursing. For four generations, this heart-warming scene has signaled spring on the Wonnenberg Ranch near Dallas, Texas. And even though it’s been a part of […]

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Access to Capital: The Meek Ranch Family & Business Planning

2017-03-24 22:27:40| National Farmers Union

By Lura Roti, South Dakota Farmers Union Traditionally, Lakotas don’t have a background in farming or ranching, but they do have a strong heritage of cowboying and rodeo, explains Elsie Meeks. Meeks, 62, ranches on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation with her husband, Jim, 71. “The Lakotas were a horse nation. Horses were essential to […]

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Access to Land: Clark Ranch Family & Succession Planning

2017-03-17 16:39:35| National Farmers Union

By Lura Roti, South Dakota Farmers Union Middle of Nowhere might be the best way to describe the location of Pat and Barb Clark’s ranch, which is located on native rangeland 40 miles southeast of Lemmon and 30 miles east of Meadow. Homesteaded in 1915 by his grandfather, Avery Clark, and great-uncle, Harry, the Clarks, […]

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Access to Land: Reis Ranch Family & Succession Planning

2017-02-24 17:45:56| National Farmers Union

By Lura Roti, South Dakota Farmers Union While some ranchers are nervous about what will happen to their operation when they are ready to retire, David and Brenda Reis are not too worried. “All of our kids want to take over the ranch. That would not be sustainable, but the one thing about having a […]

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