Old Florida ranching family faces New Florida challenges

The Seminole Indians are their neighbors to the south, and cowboys still herd the 1,200 Brangus cattle that roam their property.

That much hasn’t changed since the 1930s, when the late J.W. McDaniel founded a family dynasty on an isolated 6-square-mile ranch in southeastern Hendry County.

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