The Role of Cattle Shows & Mentorship for the Young Rancher

The cattle business is also a people business. Sharing a coffee, shaking hands and commiserating in the leaky barns at Agribition is an import part of building your cattle business, whether as a purebred breeder or a commercial stock grower. 

RealAgriculture.com sat down to speak with Sheldon Kyle, with Kenray Ranch, about why national cattle shows like Canadian Western Agribition matter so much to the cattle business. Sheldon is also involved in Cattlemen’s Young Leaders mentorship program, and discusses how the program works and is making a difference in grooming the next generation of cattlemen and women.

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