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CATTLE RANCHER FEATURED ON ANDERSON LIVE THIS WEEK
Cattle rancher Debbie Lyons-Blythe, White City, Kan.,
answers one consumer’s questions
about how food is grown and raised
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On their family ranch in White City, Kan., cattle rancher, Debbie
Lyons-Blythe, recently visited with one consumer to answer her questions about
how cattle are grown and raised. U.S.
Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) and Anderson Live partnered on
the segment to connect farmers
and ranchers and consumers.
Rebecca, a twenty-four year old
recent college graduate, who also recently relocated to New York City from
Florida, toured the Blythe Angus Ranch in late November. Rebecca talked extensively with Lyons-Blythe
about why and how they grow and raise America’s food.
On the Dec. 13, 2012 show, Anderson Live follows Rebecca’s visit to
Blythe Angus Ranch, as well as her participation at USFRA’s The Food Dialogues event in New York
City in mid-November. This segment
rounds out the two-part Anderson Live series where farmers and ranchers
sat down with consumers to answer their questions. On October 23, 2012, the
show followed another inquisitive viewer, Christina, during her visit to a corn
and soybean farm in Illinois where she learned about the role biotechnology
plays in farming and ranching. Go to
AndersonCooper.com for your local listing.
About Anderson Live
is a nationally syndicated talk
show that tapes in front of a live studio audience at CBS Broadcast Center
in New York City. Anderson Live is produced by
StrongChild Productions in association with Telepictures Productions, an
industry-leading and Emmy® Award-winning producer of syndicated programming.
The series is distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television
Distribution, one of the leading distributors of first-run and off-network
About U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA)
U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) is a newly formed
alliance consisting of a wide range of prominent farmer- and rancher-led
organizations and agricultural partners. This marks the first time agricultural
groups at the national, regional and state levels have collaborated to lead the
dialogue and answer Americans’ questions about how we raise our food – while
being stewards of the environment, responsibly caring for our animals and
maintaining strong businesses and communities.