Certified Angus Beef - Archive (roots,farm,farmer,ranch,rancher,history)

2019
January
09,
2019
Located a hundred miles outside of New York City, the 1,500-acre Thunder View Farms in Grahamsville, N.Y., lies in the watershed that delivers drinking water through the largest unfiltered surface water supply system in the country. Like many farm...
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2018
December
04,
2018
Students already helping lead the beef community could win a share of $33,500 by applying online for the Certified Angus Beef ® brand’s Colvin Scholarship. The Fund has awarded more than $250,000 to 76 college juniors, seniors and graduate students s...
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November
16,
2018
Since 1999, 76 young beef community leaders have benefited from the Colvin Scholarship fund, named for the Certified Angus Beef ® brand’s first president, Mick Colvin, and supported by brand partners through an annual golf tournament and auction. The...
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November
02,
2018
Today, we welcomed more than 400 family farmers and ranchers to our headquarters in Wooster, Ohio. We’re proud to represent these families in bringing the best Angus beef to restaurants, grocery stores and homes throughout the country and around the ...
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October
15,
2018
The Certified Angus Beef ® brand turned 40 this year, tapping into an increased well of available and qualified cattle, up 25% in two years. With annual global sales reaching beyond 1.2 billion pounds (lb.), it’s pulled far ahead of a very large pack...
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October
01,
2018
When Steve Knoll went to buy a few Angus bulls to put on his registered Salers herd, it changed everything. “I was blown away with what the bulls were bringing. The bulls I thought I would just go and buy and bring home, I couldn’t afford,” says t...
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October
01,
2018
To the naked eye, it probably looked just like a mess of weeds. In 1994, Kenny Hinkle saw the pasture near Nevada, Mo., as his own Wild West waiting to be tamed. The land was barren: no fence, no barn, no cattle working pens. There wasn’t even a h...
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October
01,
2018
A hardware salesman and a hand surgeon walk into a pasture… For Phillip Smith and Dr. David Taylor, there’s no need for a punch line. What might sound like the start of a tall tale is a typical Tuesday afternoon. Cattle have always been in the ...
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October
01,
2018
Recently retired from careers that allowed for Angus on the side, Joe and Robin Hampton, Mt. Ulla, N.C., are past the days of driving two hours one way to breed a cow and back again the next. Retirement has them where the cattle always were. They’...
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October
01,
2018
Cattle feeder Grant Bledsoe, Wray, Colo., knows there’s a time for change, but his greatest strength may be knowing there’s a time to stay the same. “We buy predominately Angus-based cattle from the northwestern United States and some ranches we h...
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August
24,
2018
By Miranda Reiman “Is marbling a free trait?” The question was put to Mark McCully, vice president of production for the Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand at the 2018 Beef Improvement Federation meeting in Loveland, Colo. His answer? Basic...
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August
24,
2018
The long-term growth in premium beef production, market share and demand is starting to redefine overall beef demand and how it is measured. Economic theory suggests more supply will lower the price, and higher prices tend to lower sales for a com...
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