Everyone will gather at the Kyler Bridge Company at 3458 South Road at 8 a.m., and the tour will start at 8:30 a.m., where David Kyler raises purebred gelbvieh cattle, said Fourqurean. Gelbvieh originated in Bavaria in southern Germany in the late 1700s.
The second stop will be the Herbert Braboy Farm, where tour goers will hear from Nick and Heather Woodruff as well as Shane Patterson with Seven Springs Farms, said Fourqurean, who added that this stop will focus on young people coming back to agriculture.
The third stop will be the Ned Davis Farm, where tour goers will hear from Craig Bannister about his cattle operation and his custom haying operation, Fourqurean said.
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