Posts by Miranda Reiman :

When ‘Someday’ Becomes Today

Date: Oct 07 2022

| Big Thinkers & Canada & Maternal Function

Just a few years ago, Ranch Covey Hill showed no signs of an Angus destiny. It was a country estate in disrepair as owners stopped coming out from Montreal in the summers. The Chenails had been looking for land, a place where they could build a herd. They saw potential. That continual pursuit of the best and finding the right people to help caught the attention of the world’s premium beef brand.

Ranch Covey Hill Earns Canadian Commitment to Excellence Award

Date: Oct 06 2022

| News Release

With a dream and a leap of faith, Ranch Covey Hill took shape. The Quebec-based Angus ranch has been built from the ground up, but always with customer satisfaction in mind. That’s what earned the Chenail family recognition from Certified Angus Beef at the brand’s 2022 Annual Conference.

The idea that worked

Date: Oct 04 2021

| Big Thinkers & Cattle Markets & Premium Potential

“So, if we make sure the humans can be prosperous and survive, that’s what sustainability is,” Mark Gardiner says. “That is the opportunity that USPB gave our family and thousands more all across the United States.” It’s why USPB earned the 2021 CAB Progressive Partner award.

The market or the management

Date: Jun 08 2021

| Big Thinkers & Cattle Markets

The crystal ball is nonexistent. There is no magic fortune teller. No matter how good the market forecast nobody is right 100% of the time. That doesn’t mean cattlemen have to look at the future as nothing more than a blind guess.

Cultivating growth

Date: May 19 2021

| Black Ink

Humans have a built-in desire to grow. But it’s not something that just happens. We must have a curiosity about us – a will and work ethic for the growing.

Replanning the plan

Date: Apr 13 2021

| Black Ink

In the cattle business, it’s easy for a brilliant strategy to become less ideal over time. Is there anything you’ve accepted as status quo that could benefit from a little reevaluation?

Old lessons, new challenges

Date: Feb 17 2021

| Black Ink

I’ve been reading accounts from the Dirty Thirties lately and I don’t know if I’m drawn in to the unimaginable awfulness of it all, or the amazing hope. Our Greatest Generation that lived through things I can hardly comprehend. In it, there are things we can apply today.