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Darnall quality aim honored

Darnall quality aim honored

Darnall quality aim honored  by Jen Gillespie One of the first and best Certified Angus Beef LLC (CAB) feeding partners, Darnall Feedlot, Harrisburg, Neb., was known for quality even before licensing in early 1999. Gary and Lane Darnall, father and son, signed on with...
Tell the story, curb those regs

Tell the story, curb those regs

Tell the story, curb those regs By Miranda Reiman Agriculture stays ahead of the curve in caring for land and livestock, but that’s too much of a secret, according to a Nebraska Cattlemen environmental specialist.One of Kristen Koch’s first slides at the Feeding...
Relationships rule

Relationships rule

Relationships ruleWill Feed honored by CAB by Miranda Reiman Matt and Anne Burkholder earned their degrees at Dartmouth—an Ivy League college in Hanover, N.H.—and considered jobs in Midwestern cities, but the Burkholder family’s central Nebraska diversified...

What the heck is a CAB-licensed feedlot anyway?

I’ll admit it. Some myths are of our own making. We throw around terms like “CAB-licensed” when talking about everything from restaurants to packers to feedlots. So what exactly does that mean? Well, various things on various levels. Ultra-simplified, it’s a close...
Enough, but not too much

Enough, but not too much

Enough, but not too much Research shows a beef quality benefit to modest use of distillers grain byproducts   by Miranda Reiman A decade ago, distillers grains were not common feedstuffs. Today they’re routinely included in cattle finishing diets, at levels that...