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Author: Jennifer Fisher

Amanda Dyer – Fort Davis, Texas

  Women in ranching are a force of nature and Amanda Dyer from Fort Davis, Texas is the perfect example She’s a combination of West Texas tenacity and Lone Star State charm; a woman who wears bunch of hats in life and always steps up to get the specific job at hand accomplished with grit…

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McKenzie Land and Livestock – Pecos County, Texas

Sarah McKenzie Evans is proud to be part of McKenzie Land and Livestock, a family-owned and operated ranch established in Pecos County, Texas (around Fort Stockton) more than 120 years ago that also has operations in New Mexico. The ranch runs black Angus and Angus-cross cattle and uses performance-based genetics. The ranch markets efficient, top-performing…

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Graham Land & Cattle – Gonzales, TX

Here in Texas, it’s not hard to find examples of people and places that strive to move the needle forward. Our diverse heritage brings a fusion of culture and ideas that play out in many ways—especially on our plates. The latest season of BBQuest: “Beyond The Pit” delves into the long-held traditions that makes Texas…

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Dr. Tommy Perkins – Happy, Texas

Meet this month’s featured Texas cattle producer, Dr. Tommy Perkins. Tommy is the owner and operator of TP Cattle Company located in Happy, a small town about 40 miles south of Amarillo. Tommy is also a member of the Texas Beef Team, a group of beef-loving fitness enthusiasts who participate in races across the state….

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Saunders Ranch – Weatherford, Texas

Over the past seven generations, the men and women of the Saunders family have become legends in Texas ranching. Headquartered west of Fort Worth in Weatherford, Texas since 1934, the family owns and operates Saunders Ranch, a successful cow-calf, yearling and equine business with cattle-raising roots dating back to the mid-nineteenth century.  It all started…

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