Ohio Stories: Raising Cattle Right

As both parents and farmers, the Clarks and Hollowells in Covington, Ohio pay careful attention to what they feed their growing families. Learn more about how feeding their families and yours impacts their daily farming practices. Thank you to our sponsors, Ohio Corn & Wheat and Ohio Soy.

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Meet Ohio's Beef Community

The beef community is a broad community of dedicated people including farmers and ranchers, small business owners, community leaders, animal caretakers nutritionists and environmentalists dedicated to producing safe, wholesome, nutritious beef. This passionate and long-standing community shares the mission to provide the safest, highest-quality beef in an environmentally and economically sustainable manner. The beef community is comprised of the nearly 1 million U.S. cattle farmers and ranchers who blend time-honored traditions with modern innovation to provide high-quality beef. While some incorrectly believe industrial farming has replaced family farms and ranches, 97 percent of beef farms or ranches are family-owned.

The Roe Family

Meet the Roes

The Bender Family

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The Flynn Family

Meet the Flynns

The Graham Family

Meet the Grahams

The Hollowell Family

Meet the Hollowells

The Layman Family

Meet the Laymans

The Love Family

Meet the Loves

The Nickles Family

Meet the Nickles

The Raines Family

Meet the Raines

The Walls Family

Meet the Walls

The Weaver Family

Meet the Weavers

The Turner Family

Meet the Turners

Cattlemen Care

To the Rittenhouse Family of New Carlisle, Ohio, taking care of cattle isn't just a chore, it's a way of life. We invite you to take a look at our Cattlemen Care video series to see what it's like to be a beef farmer in Ohio. Follow the Rittenhouse family as they journey through calving season.