Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

Poss family raises a different kind of cow

 

Tonia Copeland

The Poss family raises Scottish Highlands cattle, which are not the usual breed to see in this area.

There is something different

about those cows.

One western

Nebraska family breeds,

raises and shows a heritage

breed of cattle named for the

rugged and remote area in

which it has flourished for centuries,

the Scottish Highlands,

and there is something different

about them.

Heather and Gordon Poss,

along with their children -

Mitchell, Jonathan and Emily -

raise this breed not just because

it reflects their own Scottish

heritage, but also because this

breed's hearty nature makes

it well-suited to the climate of

western Nebraska, just as it is

perfect for the rugged terrain

and unpredictable...



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