"Texas Longhorns in Mexico. Say what you will, but were it not for Cattle Country, half of Mexico wouldn't eat"
―Miguel Sebastian Molina.
The breadbasket, or rather the slaughterhouse of Tamaulipas, Cattle Country is the land south of the border region known for its burgeoning cattle industry. Ruled by cattle barons and the Cattleman's Association, the region is relatively stable with ranching money buying mercenaries to stave off the comancheros and other banditos. While the area is no stranger to bloodshed, seeing range wars and family feuds on a regular basis, it is far more stable than its neighbors to the north in the corridor and on the border.