On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you’ll hear from Sara Beth Johnson from Flying Pig Cattle Co. in Arkansas. Sara Beth along with her husband own and operate a commercial cow/calf operation, raise meat goats, and even have a few miniature Hereford cattle for fun. Sara Beth also works off the farm as a County 4-H Agent where she has been working hard to navigate programming and events to help continue to serve the kids and families involved during Covid 19.
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Sara Beth Johnson owns and operates Flying Pig Cattle Co. with her husband in Arkansas. They have a commercial cow/calf operation, raise meat goats, and even have a few miniature Hereford cattle for fun. Sara Beth also works off the farm as a County 4-H Agent.
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