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Respect is the foundation that cattle producers and consumers find common ground. Cattlemen and women respect the consumer’s need for high-quality beef raised right. Consumers want to know that producers are invested in the best care for their livestock. Both want the same thing – respect for the animal and for each other. And you both want to be heard. Learn how to have a voice that brings everyone to the table.

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We’re a rancher-driven, not-for-profit business. As a subsidiary of the American Angus Association, Certified Angus Beef LLC works on your behalf to build demand for your Angus beef, and that translates to more dollars in your pocket. Our CAB Cattle Crew is devoted to helping all cattlemen – from breeder to feeder – get their share of $182 million in grid premiums paid each year. Together, we’ll help you supply the brand.


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Raising cattle is a relationship business as much as it is about the livestock. We travel the country meeting the best quality beef producers and bring their stories to you. Practical insight for making the best even better.

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Carcass Quality Set to Climb Seasonally

With the arrival of the new year the beef market will rapidly adjust to changes in consumer buying habits. This will remove demand pressure from ribs and tenderloins, realigning the contribution of these most valuable beef cuts to a smaller percentage of carcass value

Raised with Respect™ Cattle Care Campaign Launched This Fall

Raised with Respect™ was developed as part of a strategic cattle care partnership between Sysco and CAB. The collaboration focuses on supporting farmers and ranchers, equipping them with continuing education to stay current on best management practices and helping to increase consumer confidence in beef production.

Misaligned Cattle Markets and Record-high Carcass Weights

Few things in cattle market trends are entirely predictable but the fact that carcass weights peak in November is as close to a sure bet as one could identify. Genetic selection for growth and advancing mature size has fueled the long-term increase in carcass weights.

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