The Cattleman's Pages of History
We are now in the 105th year of publication of The Cattleman magazine. Each month, we take a few minutes to look back in history to find the interests of cattle raisers at the time. We have reprinted the text of these items as it appeared in the issue.
In a 1910 interview in Baltimore, when Slaughter was a delegate to the Baptist convention, he stressed the value of beef in the diet, saying, “The era of low-priced beef is past. There is no other meat like the flesh of the steer. A man can eat it 365 days out of the year, and it is a brain producer … you city people, who live on your brains, must have beef.”
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