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Kansas cowgirl goes viral attracting national interviews and wins award

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Missouri– Passion and hard work are the things of glory. They are the two ingredients that will last the test of time and chart the course to success. If you have a real passion, you can’t help but talk about it.

Brandi Buzzard Frobose is a cattle rancher in Kansas and passionate about her profession.  She received national recognition from several news outlets and her cattle career community by working hard and writing about her passion on her blog under the name of Buzzard’s Beats.

Frobose during MSNBC interview

The cattle industry is a tough business. It requires consistent hard work. The profession can be more challenging if you venture out into other professions and positions that help to sustain your passion.

Frobose won the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) 2019 Beef Advocate of the Year Award. An honor she said she didn’t set out to do. Frobose said raising cattle is always what she wanted to do. She said it just feels like a natural progression for her to end up where she is.

Frobose is also the communications director at the Red Angus Association of America. She is passionate about the cattle industry and the good quality of protein cattle provides. The Green New Deal reportedly shed a negative light on the cattle industry and Frobose wanted to get the truth out there.

Brandi Buzzard Frobose with husband and daughter.

She is proud of the high quality of cattle raised in the United States. She said the cattle industry is self sustaining and beneficial to the environment. Frobose with her husband have around 50 to 100 head of cattle in eastern Kansas.

Here is Frobose’s viral blog to Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Brandi Buzzard recently posted on her Instagram, “Can’t help thinking how lucky my life feels as I left the National Western, after a week of meetings, planning, and great Red Angus. I have the very best family and friends, a fabulous job, and God’s grace. I often can’t fathom how I got here.”

This post was last modified on January 22, 2020 7:51 am

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