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VIDEO: Happy Thanksgiving from Crowd Cow Rancher Becky Weed

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Becky from Harlow Cattle Company in Washington State gives her thanks to those buying her grass fed beef: https://www.crowdcow.com/ranch/harlow-cattle-company

This Thanksgiving we are grateful for the lifeline dedication of farmers like Becky of Harlow Cattle Co. and great care of the cattle, the local environment in which they're raised and her family and neighboring community.

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