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McCoys Farm & Ranch Family: The Overtons

Congratulations to this month's McCoy's Farm and Ranch Family, the Overtons! Duane works alongside his dad, Neal, wife, Jodi, and two children, Cutter (17) and Neali (14), in order to make his family business, Overton Cattle Company, a success. The business is such a success that it has been in operation since 1957! “My great grandfather started this business. In fact, my dad is still living on the same ranch he lived on when he was nine years old,” Duane said. The Overton’s home base is located in Mineral Wells, TX (Region III). Their business is a cow calf operation based out of Palo Pinto, about 12 miles down the road from Mineral Wells. The business is a three-part collective. Duane mana

Whataburger's Whatakid: Colee Charlesworth

Congratulations to the Whataburger Whatakid of the month, Colee Charlesworth! The Marathon, Texas native is a senior in high school and a Region 2 member. She is a competitor in the reined cow horse, barrel racing, pole bending and team roping events, and has been a competitor in the THSRA all four years of her high school career. Before that, she was a member of the junior high division. Colee said she loves the competition high school rodeo brings, but more than anything, she loves the lifelong friendships she has been able to gain through THSRA. If you have ever competed in rodeo, or been involved with the sport at all, you know that character building opportunities are weaved into every

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