Florida Cattle Ranch To Be Featured on National TV Show

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Bob Mayworth, manager of Rafter T Ranch, shows Daytime TV Show co-host Cyndi Edwards how to rope a steer as part of the --Daytime Goes Country-- show. SEBRING, Fla. (Feb. 8, 2013) – Sebring’s award-winning Rafter T Ranch will be featured on the Daytime TV Show on Tuesday, Feb. 12. The ranch is featured as part of the “Daytime Goes Country” show highlighting the beef cattle industry and the cowboy way of life. “Daytime” is a nationally syndicated variety show that airs in approximately 100 markets and in 97.1 million households across the U.S. In the Tampa area, the program airs at 11:00 a.m. on WFLA TV Channel 8 (NBC) every weekday morning.

Owned by the Wohl Family, Rafter T received a National Environmental Stewardship Award from the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) in 1994. During the award year,

The Wohls represented the U.S. cattle industry in meetings with the New York Time, Time, Life, Newsweek, United Press International and the National Audubon Society to discuss environmental stewardship practices and land management in Florida. The ranch has been featured on FOX News, PBS and in the Palm Beach Post for its environmental stewardship practices.

Other segments featured during the “Daytime Goes Country” show will include a beef cooking demonstration, cowgirl fashion show, dude ranch getaway options, a beef quiz contest and a day at the ranch with show co-host Cyndi Edwards.

The Daytime Show is a lifestyle show co-hosted by Jerry Penacoli (formerly from Extra!) and Cyndi Edwards. Casey Wohl, co-owner of Rafter T Ranch, serves as the show’s Travel Correspondent.

Contact: Casey Wohl (863) 224-6326
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