Hemp may be the hot crop of the moment, but there are still plenty of agricultural products standing on four legs. Cattle ranching continues to provide beef for consumers and cash for producers, and the Jackson County Stockmen's Association is right in the middle of it all.
JCSA lets members share expertise and facilities, so small ranches can use some of the resources common to bigger operations. This month's Stories of Southern Oregon goes into the history of cattle ranching and the association's role in it.
Marty Daniels, Jr. is the current president and our guest, along with VP Randy Wolf and SOSO curator Maureen Flanagan Battistella.
Here's Maureen's recently completed video feature on JCSA's April Work Day.