Date: Oct 03 2022 | Consumer Connection & News Release
Hudson, Colo., provides awe-inspiring views of the pristine Rocky Mountains as a backdrop to their picture-perfect cattle. It’s the ideal spot to introduce visitors to the place where beef begins. Their spirit of hospitality and work to share how they raise high-quality beef earned the Walter family the 2022 CAB Ambassador Award.
Date: Jun 17 2022 | About the brand & News Release
CAB interns get hands-on experience, networking with professionals and putting their classroom knowledge to work. Four students join the CAB team this summer eager to learn, grow and contribute. Taking education beyond the classroom, the 2022 interns are hard at work, learning along the way.
Date: Apr 06 2022 | Forage Management & News Release
Grassland management is key to proving the net carbon footprint of the beef industry in the ongoing conversation of sustainability. As consumer demands evolve, attributes supporting beef’s responsible use of resources shift to the forefront. Sure, taste is still king, but premium brands like the Certified Angus Beef ® brand must adapt to stay relevant to the consumer.
Date: Oct 28 2021 | Consumer Connection & Feeding Quality Forum & News Release & Sustainability
In the rapid changing space of sustainability, finding clarity on what to do is challenging. At the 2021 Feeding Quality Forum, Dr. Kim Stackhouse-Lawson offered insights on what can be expected of producers moving forward.
Date: Oct 22 2021 | About the brand & News Release
CAB is accepting applications for three communications internship positions for Summer 2022. Effective communication is the foundation for success in any career, and CAB interns get real-world experiences with audiences across the beef supply chain.
Date: Oct 22 2021 | News Release
Careers are built around connections and experiences. For college students interested in building a better future through beef, Certified Angus Beef created Youth Beef Leaders Seminar.
Date: Oct 07 2021 | Big Thinkers & Breeding
Diversification proved to be key in evolving the ranch. What began as an Angus-based commercial herd, the trio took signals from the data and sought new avenues for revenue. The Woolfolk men have a target: creating more high-quality, profitable cattle. As for how to get there? They’ll continue to follow the numbers.
Date: Oct 04 2021 | Big Thinkers & Breeding & Forage Management & Sire Selection & Targeting the Brand
First-generation seedstock producers Kevin and Lydia Yon, along with their children, Drake, Sally, and Corbin, have been continuously improving their farm since they drove the first fence posts on what was a 100-acre abandoned peach orchard in 1996.
Date: Sep 22 2021 | Cow Herd & Forage Management & News Release & Targeting the Brand
Establishing a world-class seedstock operation in the Southeast didn’t happen overnight, and the family humbly insists they’re no different than many others. Indeed, their vision, use of technologies, and dedication to deliberate improvement make them unique.
Date: Jul 14 2021 | About the brand & News Release
Tackling the variety of challenges and opportunities in the beef supply chain are talented young leaders paving a path for the future. Certified Angus Beef recognized 10 undergraduate and five graduate students with bright ideas for making the best beef, even better.