About Beth Carter

Beth is a life-long rancher with a love for country and cattle. She grew up in Freer, Texas, the heart of the South Texas Brush Country and home of Muy Grande, the oldest deer hunting contest in the world. Growing up in the arid Duval County, she learned the hard work that is required to run livestock in an unforgiving climate. Her father was introduced to Brahman cattle in the 1970s and saw how they could perform and produce in spite of their environment. This is where the purebred Brahman journey began that Beth continues traveling today. She is currently ranching in Wilson County at the three-generation family home and farm. She has a deep passion for the great outdoors and the beauty that can be found in all of nature. She spent 10 years homeschooling her three children and teaching them not only to appreciate the privilege of land, but also take responsibility for utilizing and preserving it. Land is truly a gift from God and He has called us all to be good stewards of His creation. Let Beth help you find your own little piece of heaven here in Texas!

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