Remembering Lee Teng-hui: Lee held retirement dream: raise the best beef cattle
Remembering Lee Teng-hui: Lee held retirement dream: raise the best beef cattlePRIME CUT: After buying 19 heads of cattle in 2016, Lee set out to create a Taiwanese breed to rival Japan’s top beef cattle, using modern techniques and DNA analysisStaff Writer, with CNALate president Lee Teng-hui (李登輝) fulfilled many political wishes during his lifetime, not least of which was securing democracy for Taiwan, but one remained — transforming the nation’s beef industry. They were transported to a dairy farm in Hualien County, with clean air and vast grassland, which Lee selected to fulfill his retirement “dream” of breeding Taiwanese prime beef cattle, the Lee Teng-hui Foundation said. Former president Lee Teng-hui, center, smiles during a visit to Harvest Ranch in Hualien County’s Fenglin Township on Nov. 6, 2017. Lee did not just want to breed Taiwan-exclusive prime beef cattle, he wanted to “thoroughly transform Taiwan’s beef industry,” Chen said. A cart drives down Lee Teng-hui Boulevard at Harvest Ranch in Hualien County’s Fenglin Township on Friday.