Cowboy Adam Waters hand-feeds a cow at Spring Creek Ranch in Greenwood County. Koch Industries is beginning to market a Japanese breed of cattle called Akaushi, considered by some to be superior to domestic breeds. The company is carefully expanding its herds on Spring Creek Ranch near Eureka as well as on ranches in Montana and Texas. (Aug. 30, 2011)
Cowboy Adam Waters hand-feeds a cow at Spring Creek Ranch in Greenwood County. Koch Industries is beginning to market a Japanese breed of cattle called Akaushi, considered by some to be superior to domestic breeds. The company is carefully expanding its herds on Spring Creek Ranch near Eureka as well as on ranches in Montana and Texas. (Aug. 30, 2011) The Wichita Eagle
Cowboy Adam Waters hand-feeds a cow at Spring Creek Ranch in Greenwood County. Koch Industries is beginning to market a Japanese breed of cattle called Akaushi, considered by some to be superior to domestic breeds. The company is carefully expanding its herds on Spring Creek Ranch near Eureka as well as on ranches in Montana and Texas. (Aug. 30, 2011) The Wichita Eagle

Koch building herd of Japanese cattle

September 11, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 08, 2014 10:05 AM

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