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Thank you so much for leaving a comment, which gives us a little insight into the grass fed business in Argentina. It is so good to hear that you and your family are doing well; however, I am not happy to hear that the business in general is going the down a different path.
If I ever find myself in Argentina, I would love to look you up. Likewise, we can throw a good ol’ fashioned Texas barbeque for you.
Gracias y Dios le bendiga,
I just discovered your blog tonight and I´ve about read every post. Great to hear of your successes and especially great to hear that you made it through last year’s drought …we´ve had our own experiences with that and it really changed our market the way I think it will change yours.
It´s a little different here than Grimes County. Down here, grass fed and grass finished cattle are going the way of the film camera while up there grass ranchers seem to be making inroads every year.
My wife and I are trying to maintain all the old traditions and, may God bless us everyone, we have done well. We raise Aberdeen Angus on a big ol’ ranch acres deep in the Wet Pampas. We´d love to sell sides and quarters but there is NO tradition of doing that here. We are, instead, steadily moving toward marketing our beef retail in the big town of Buenos Aires about 200 miles away.
Tell us more, tell us more, tell us more! And if you’re ever in Argentina, you can expect a real gaucho welcome.
besos y abrazo a vos y toda tu familia,
Mike y Lili