Then and Now
Looking across the peaceful fields of Gettysburg, Pa., it is hard to imagine a battle raging here 150 years ago.
Site of the Battle
Nestled in the quiet hills of Pennsylvania, the town of Gettysburg was forever scarred by one of the bloodiest battles in American history.
Years of Experience
Tom Vossler, a U.S. Army veteran and licensed battleground tour guide, raises Simmental cattle near the Gettyburg battle site.
More than a century after the historic battle, farm life goes on.
Talking with the Expert
AgDay host Clinton Griffiths chats with Gettysburg cattle farmer and historian Tom Vossler.
A Friendly Face
A hopeful cow shows up at the feeder on Tom Vossler's farm.
History and Farming
For Tom Vossler, farming is a perfect way to connect with the families who lived through the Battle of Gettysburg.
Iron in the Field
A cannon points out over the green fields of Gettysburg, a reminder of grim times.
Cattle now graze in fields where thousands of American soldiers fought to the death.
Our AgDay crew stumbled upon a familiar site at former president Dwight D. Eisenhower's farm in Gettysburg.
Blast from the Past
Always an honor to know that a United States president was a fan!