Plum Thicket Farms uses creativity to thrive.

Plum Thicket Farms uses creativity to thrive.

Troy Smith

Angus Journal

Kelsey Haley thinks the people back home missed an opportunity. In the part of Minnesota where she grew up, agriculture is very oriented toward row crops. There is plenty of winter feed, in the form of cornstalks and other crop residues, but there is a scarcity of beef cattle. It makes her wonder why cows aren’t grazing the available residues.

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