“For young people, there is a reason why the windshield is so large and the rear-view mirror is so small.” Lee Borck offers thoughts and advice on success in the cattle business. This is part two of a two-part series.
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“One of the reasons quality has improved is selling on a grid for what you produce. We have improved the industry to where we sell 75-80% Choice beef.” Lee Borck offers thoughts and advice on success in the cattle business.