Green grass grows valuable beef

Green grass grows valuable beef

 CRAIG REED
The News-Review

During the spring months, cattle graze across the hundred valleys and hillsides of Douglas County.

But then just as the green grass turns to brown in late June and into July, most of the critters disappear.

What is their story? Where did they go?

Cattle are raised in the county because its grass-covered landscape is prime for raising beef.

FULL STORY

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