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Branded by Design LLC is a comprehensive marketing firm that caters primarily to livestock producers, big or small, who produce any species. It is our mission to provide quality branding for farmers and ranchers, so they can market their products more effectively. We strive for exceptional quality work at an affordable rate, with packages for all operations. With a true passion for the agriculture industry, we will go above and beyond to share the story behind your family farm and help you carry on your legacy for many more generations to come. Whether you have a large, multi-faceted operation or just a few show projects you would like to market, we will be dedicated to reflecting your family and farm through any branding campaign.

Owner and her dogs
Lauren Cheevers

   Lauren Cheevers founded Branded by Design LLC when she saw a need for marketing geared toward the family farm. Lauren was born and raised on a commercial beef cattle ranch where her family maintains a herd of 300 pairs of cattle, six broiler houses and an assortment of show projects over the years including meat goats, rabbits and swine. Lauren also has a passion for the rodeo industry where she competed in various Rodeo Queen competitions, as a way to share the tradition with younger generations. Growing up, Lauren was extremely active in 4-H as well as FFA and FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America.) After graduating from the University of Arkansas, Lauren worked with the Arkansas Cattlemen’s Association, a producer based, grass-roots organization as their Communications Director. During her time at the ACA, she also produced the Arkansas Grown magazine; the annual publication of the Arkansas Agriculture Department which showcases farmers in all segments of the agricultural industry through feature stories, photography and info-graphics. Lauren is a dog mom to four fur babies and still enjoys taking them to check cows on a daily basis. She understands that as family farms become less common, it is our job to tell the story of agriculture and help show consumers the faces behind food production.

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