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farm 406 28 W P R O D U C E R P R O F I L E L E A R N I N G T H E R O P E S BY ALEXIS BONOGOFSKY • PHOTOGRAPHY BY ALEXIS BONOGOFSKY hen I pull up to the Mannix Brothers Ranch, homesteaded in 1882, near Helmville, Montana, Randy Mannix greets me and walks me to the pens where his brother David and sister-in-law Stacey are moving the beeves through the shoot for vaccination and deworming. Another woman, Kate Clya, confidently moves back and forth along the plank with a vaccination gun, vaccinating each beef and helping prod them into the catch where David will administer the dewormer. Kate is the Mannix's 28-year-old apprentice. Second year Quivira ranching apprentice Kate Clyatt takes a moment to relax after helping vaccinate beeves on the Mannix Brother's Ranch near Helmville, Montana in the Blackfoot River Valley. The Mannix Ranch raises cow calf pairs, their own stockers, and grass-finished beef. A New Program in Montana Helps Train the Next Generation of Ranchers and Farmers

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