Grazing for Sunsets

February 24, 2014 04:00 AM

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Beef Today’s Grazing the Net recently featured an article that listed the seven best places in the world to view a sunset. Flint Hills, Kan., made the list, which made Beef Today Editorial Director Greg Henderson happy—being a Kansas man himself—but we knew there were more places in the U.S. that have amazing sunsets. So, we asked you to send in sunset photos from your ranch, farm, backyard, wherever. We received several beautiful shots and proved that there’s no place quite like a sunset right here in rural America.

(View the Grazing for Sunsets slideshow.)

Here are just a few of our favorites:

Tumalo 3

Sunset from Tumalo, Oregon. Sent in by Blake Payne.

Singleton Ranches   New Mexico edit

Singleton Ranches New Mexico. Sent in by Alex Carone.

Sunset Fishing

Fishing on the St. Lawrence River, near Ogdensburg, NY. Sent in by Tom of Andrew Farms.

Everson, WA

Chopping Silage Corn, Everson, WA. Sent in by Lois Hoekema.



From Judy Justesen

Sent in by Judy Justesen.

bitterroot valley, Montana

Bitterroot Valley, Montana, sunset. Taken by Mona Babcock.

Clear Spring, MD

Clear Spring, MD. Sent in by Mark Strite.


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