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Mon Jun 10, 2013 11:31 AM CDT

It may be a little unusual to have a 500-acre cattle farm within city limits, but being close to town has its advantages. Bell's Lane Farm, in Staunton, Va., a family-owned operation just a few miles from city center, is a 245-head cow and calf operation run by Robert and Elizabeth Schreiber. Printers by trade, the couple fell into operating the farm two years ago after Elizabeth's brother, John Moore, passed away.

The Schreibers not only took on the operation of the family farm but also continued some innovative practices Moore had put ...

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