You may think of dairy when you talk about Wisconsin, but the state actually has more beef cattle herds than dairy herds, reports Amy Pflugshaupt for WMTV in Madison, Wisc.

Though the rest of the country's beef herds are actually down, there are 1975 more beef producers in Wisconsin than dairy, with an average herd size of approximately 18 head. Many of the farms are family owned, and 4th generation Wisconsin beef producer Cody Quam told Pflugshaupt, "You can have a small beef farm of 30 to 50 cows and still have an off-the-farm job. You can be semiretired and still have a nice herd."

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