A Sheldon, North Dakota cow-calf operation is one of six finalists for the Environmental Stewardship Award Program national recognition. Bartholomay Kattle Kompany was recognized for its conservation efforts, including rotational grazing, cover crops and no-till farming. Keith and Karl Bartholomay offered their reaction. “It’s quite an honor,” said Keith Bartholomay. “I know a lot of farms and ranches that deserve the honor, but nobody is going to appreciate it more than we do.” The national award will be presented during the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Legislative Conference in April. Listen to the full interview.
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