A white fence farmer in northeast Texas is happy to have a day without his own cattle.
The Denny White Ranch in the town of Buford is home to more than 2,000 cows.
The cows, the largest cattle herd in the United States, are kept on the farm as a breeding and food source for the farmers and ranchers in the community.
The White Farm is owned by the Bufords and is the largest livestock ranch in Texas.
But the ranch’s owner, Denny Whitaker, is hoping that the white fence is not as long lasting as some people have assumed.
His farm is part of a national effort to improve cattle genetics and boost the number of dairy farms in the U.S.
A new study shows that cows and calves are much more likely to survive the effects of climate change, drought, disease and human activities like pollution, deforestation and road construction.
In fact, more than 50 percent of the country’s dairy farms and more than 90 percent of its ranches were built after the 1980s, the study showed.
And if this trend continues, the number one cause of death in America could be the loss of cattle.More: