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Unless you're trying to create real-life minotaurs by breeding human-cow hybrids on your ranch, you're not very likely to know fame as a rancher. You're just the person who raises the beef, not the person on Iron Chef America who has to cook the perfect filet mignon in front of a live TV audience. You're lucky if you can even get the local newspapers to remember that you're technically still within their jurisdiction.