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For most of his life, Bob Foote, owner of Foote Cattle Company in Kansas, has been in the cattle feeding business. Volatility is nothing new to him, but 2016 has been one of his most challenging years yet.
Cattle prices have climbed to their highest point since August.
The Wayne Bridge Road farm spans 3,000 acres of grain and cattle.