Date: Sep 25 2023About the brand & CAB Connection & Consumer Connection & Cow Herd & Maternal Function & News Release & Sustainability
The Bruner and Wendel families earned the 2023 CAB Progressive Partner award by selling high-quality beef through Dakota Angus, LLC, as part of the CAB Ranch To Table program. They focus on their commitment to quality, data-driven decisions, achieve impressive CAB and Prime percentages and offer high-quality beef directly to consumers in their communities.
Date: Sep 25 2023Big Thinkers & Cow Herd & News Release & On the ranch & Sustainability
Kansas’ Wharton 3C Ranch thrives despite droughts, winning the CAB 2023 Sustainability award. The data-driven, quality-focused approach of first-generation ranchers, Shannon and Rusty Wharton, yields 100% CAB cattle. Their commitment to sustainability and industry collaboration sets a bright future for the cattle business.
Date: Sep 25 2023Big Thinkers & Canada & Cow Herd & Forage Management & Maternal Function & News Release & Sustainability
JPM Farms in Canada quietly gained recognition for its dedication to environmental sustainability and quality cattle. The Monvoisin family earned the 2023 CAB Canadian Commitment to Excellence award for their outstanding results and partnership with Duck Unlimited, showcasing their commitment to improving the land, cattle and family daily.
Date: Sep 18 2023Big Thinkers & Consumer Connection & On the ranch & Sustainability
Pilot partners in CAB’s Ranch to Table program, these North Dakota ranch families took some of the market volatility into their own hands in April 2022. Their leap of faith provides high-quality beef options for their communities and diversifies their income. Now they sell their finished cattle, as well as those of their customers, through Dakota Angus, a direct-to-consumer beef business.
Date: Sep 18 2023Big Thinkers & Cow Herd & Post Weaning & Premium Potential & Retained Ownership & Stockmanship & Sustainability
Most sane folks don’t choose to go into business with Mother Nature. She’s a fickle and unpredictable partner. So, how did two people with zero agricultural background, no generational land, wealth or genetics carve a profitable partnership with her in Southwest Kansas? By focusing on progress and a desire to leave things better than they found them – which also earned them the CAB Sustainability Award.
Date: Sep 18 2023Big Thinkers & Cow Herd & Forage Management & Maternal Function & Sustainability
The cattle business awards no trophies for participation. Nor does any rancher plan and work each day in hopes of wider recognition for doing things right. Yet caring for their land and livestock with a daily devotion to “excellence in practice” quietly switched a spotlight on JPM Farms. Jean-Paul and Marlene Monvoisin with their adult children, Colton Monvoisin and Josee Monvoisin-Garner, operate the quality-focused seedstock Angus ranch in the rolling hills near Parkbeg, Saskatchewan.
Date: Aug 04 2023About the brand & News Release & Sustainability
The Cattle Care Partnership between Sysco and CAB highlights the shared commitment of both companies to support farmers and ranchers and the beef community as a whole. By investing in BQA training, the partnership elevates the industry’s work to address consumer concerns, reinforce trust, and ensure future demand for beef.
Date: Mar 14 2023Angus Convention & CAB Connection & Consumer Connection & Consumer Feature & Sustainability
Yesterday’s steak and baked potato is today’s beef brisket from the restaurant downtown. The food scene is changing, driven by a new age of consumers who want more. They seek new flavors and attributes on the packaging, but still expect beef to taste great.
Date: Jan 27 2023About the brand & Consumer Connection & Consumer Feature & Sustainability
Advertised as the “Best Angus Beef” and “If it’s not Certified, it’s not the Best,” Certified Angus Beef’s reputation claims elite category status. To remain in that position, the brand must continue to deliver on that promise as customer expectations of quality evolve.
Date: Oct 07 2022Big Thinkers & Consumer Connection & Forage Management & Stockmanship & Sustainability
For Manny and Corina Encinias’ family of nine, sustainability runs deep. They are stewards of a legacy, working the land dating back to 1777, when the first generation began herding sheep in the nearby Moriarty community. Today they focus on cows well suited to the harsh New Mexico desert, fostering community strength and creating opportunities for others to follow in their footsteps.