FARM LIFE NEWS
More Than the Basics
Mon Jun 9, 2014 10:50 AM CDT

Georgia cattleman Will Harris doesn't call himself an environmentalist despite the fact he is one of the largest producers of organic, grass-fed meat in the country. When he decided to go organic nearly two decades ago, it wasn't with the anticipation of saving the world or even making more money.

"The farm was viable the way it was," he remarked. "I made the changes for personal preferences more than anything else. I hoped what I did would be pleasing to my children, so they would want to come back to the farm."

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