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Serving the beef industry from pasture to plate

Amanda Nolz

Photo courtesy Marshall EdlemanWith 107 years in the business, Marshall Edleman works on and off the farm to protect the future of the beef cattle industry.

Advocacy. Leadership. Passion. These qualities describe Marshall Edleman, a cattleman from Willow Lake, SD. For Edleman, being successful in the beef industry means keeping your boots on the ground through the entire process, from pasture to plate.

As a fifth generation cattle rancher, Edleman’s family has been raising beef for 107 years. With the longevity of his family’s operation, Edleman knows the importance of working hard to protect the future of the cattle industry. He takes part in all aspects of the industry, working as a cow-calf producer raising cattle for EU Exports, backgrounder, cattle feeder, barbecue guru, lobbyist, and association member.

Advocacy. Leadership. Passion. These qualities describe Marshall Edleman, a cattleman from Willow Lake, SD. For Edleman, being successful in the beef industry means keeping your boots on the ground through the entire process, from pasture to plate.

As a fifth generation cattle rancher, Edleman’s family has been raising beef for 107 years. With the longevity of his family’s operation, Edleman knows the importance of working hard to protect the future of the cattle industry. He takes part in all aspects of the industry, working as a cow-calf producer raising cattle for EU Exports, backgrounder, cattle feeder, barbecue guru, lobbyist, and association member.

Advocacy. Leadership. Passion. These qualities describe Marshall Edleman, a cattleman from Willow Lake, SD. For Edleman, being successful in the beef industry means keeping your boots on the ground through the entire process, from pasture to plate.

As a fifth generation cattle rancher, Edleman’s family has been raising beef for 107 years. With the longevity of his family’s operation, Edleman knows the importance of working hard to protect the future of the cattle industry. He takes part in all aspects of the industry, working as a cow-calf producer raising cattle for EU Exports, backgrounder, cattle feeder, barbecue guru, lobbyist, and association member.

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Advocacy. Leadership. Passion. These qualities describe Marshall Edleman, a cattleman from Willow Lake, SD. For Edleman, being successful in the beef industry means keeping your boots on the ground through the entire process, from pasture to plate.

As a fifth generation cattle rancher, Edleman’s family has been raising beef for 107 years. With the longevity of his family’s operation, Edleman knows the importance of working hard to protect the future of the cattle industry. He takes part in all aspects of the industry, working as a cow-calf producer raising cattle for EU Exports, backgrounder, cattle feeder, barbecue guru, lobbyist, and association member.

Advocacy. Leadership. Passion. These qualities describe Marshall Edleman, a cattleman from Willow Lake, SD. For Edleman, being successful in the beef industry means keeping your boots on the ground through the entire process, from pasture to plate.

As a fifth generation cattle rancher, Edleman’s family has been raising beef for 107 years. With the longevity of his family’s operation, Edleman knows the importance of working hard to protect the future of the cattle industry. He takes part in all aspects of the industry, working as a cow-calf producer raising cattle for EU Exports, backgrounder, cattle feeder, barbecue guru, lobbyist, and association member.

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