No. I have been raising cattle an showing cattle for 20 years, and it is heartbreaking, consuming work. It isn't just throwing out grain and hoping for the best. It is sleepless nights waiting for heifers to calve, and spending you weekends checking fence line. You have to think about land management, and vaccinations, and branding, and castrating bull calves and selling old cows (that are your pets), and record keeping, and weather patterns, and drought, and hay shortages and trailers with broken axles, and hauling water in buckets from the creek b/c your well is broken, and never taking a vacation, and buying the best livestock you can to help your breeding program, registering your calves with the breed association, pulling breech calves, tax credits, breeding cows so the calves are the right age for the livestock fairs, mastitis, flies, snakebites, parasites, etc. etc. etc. It is a business like anything else, and it can be satisfying and fulfilling, but NEVER NEVER NEVER easy.
I'm a rancher