Montana Rancher Works to Preserve History

November 1, 2010 09:36 PM
 

In this "I Am Angus" segment, Angus rancher Doug Ensign from Montana talks about the importance of ranching, and the importance ranches play in preserving and protecting historical landmarks.

The "I Am Angus" television program highlights the contributions of America’s ranching industry, with profiles of people from across the country whose lives are defined by Angus cattle and Angus beef. But this show isn't just for Angus producers.

"The program has something for everyone, regardless of background, experience or breed affiliation,” says Eric Grant, American Angus Association director of public relations.

The hour-long program aired last week on RFD-TV and was the first in a four-part television series developed by the American Angus Association®

For more information, visit www.angus.org.

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