Arkansas Neighbor Stories

Cattle & Horses

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Leroy and Pat Sellers run both registered Quarter horses and commercial cattle on 450 acres in the Morrow, Ark., area and an additional 300 acres outside of Stilwell, Okla. Leroy’s father was a successful cattleman in Farmington, while Pat came from a tobacco farming family from Kentucky.


Life in the Fast Lane

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Raising racing Quarter horses is not part of production agriculture, but uses the same basic principles to produce the best and most economically advantageous animals.


Young Ranchers, Family Men

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Two young Marion County, Ark., brothers, Kyle and Bryan Benedict, are combining their efforts and talents to manage three ranches.


Missouri Neighbor Stories

The Cure for Incredible Hay

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The harvesting of local forage is an important task in the management of all livestock. Glenn Obermann of Freistatt, Mo., takes it very seriously.


Cattle, Sheep, Chickens & Pigs

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The fields at Troup Land and Livestock are picture perfect with green, lush grass swaying in the breeze with few weeds hindering its movement. But this property was far from this healthy state when Marcus and Amanda Troup purchased it a couple of years ago.


The Legacy of Champions

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On any sunny day, mares and colts can be seen grazing in the lush pastures of Bob Redfearn’s Three Waters Ranch in Polk County, Mo., just outside of Bolivar.


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