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A Perfect Pairing
Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:17 AM CDT

Megan and Andy Seibel still get the phone calls -- neighbors ringing them up to report their cattle have "broken into" the vineyard again. The neighbors are only trying to help, but then so are the cattle, who call the couple's vineyards their grazing home during the winter months.

Just what are a bunch of beef cattle doing munching the grass around cabernet and pinot grigio vines?

The Seibels' two daughters, Theresa and Claire, are responsible for the idea for winter-grazing the cattle in the vineyards. Both are FFA members and had read ...

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