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Forward Thinking
Victoria G. Myers Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Mon Dec 16, 2013 02:35 PM CST

Ronald Richardson paid his way into the full-time cattle business with 20 years at a Louisiana paper mill. Those days, cattle were more a hobby for the Calhoun producer. Today, they are a full-time business built on Richardson's belief that you set yourself up to succeed, and you always keep looking forward.

"Some people think the cattle business is about the 'now.' I think it's about where you'll be a year from now. If you start worrying about where you are today, you're already behind," the cattleman said.

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