When the Plan B scores an A+

Before Mark Sebranek was a cattle feeder, he had a small cow-calf herd. He wanted to feed a load of cattle, get information back and capture more value from his genetic investment. “I was another one of those that some people don’t want to mess with: the small guys,”...
Cattle feeding chat builds bridges

Cattle feeding chat builds bridges

Cattle feeding chat builds bridges Kansas brothers address beef marketers   by Miranda Reiman When it’s just not possible to bring 600 people from across the globe to the feedyard, the next best thing is to bring a little of that Herington, Kan., family operation to...
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...
Beef build quality, profit

Beef build quality, profit

Build beef quality, profit   by Janet Kanters Canadian feedlots and ranchers can cooperate to improve beef produced from cowherds across the nation, all in the interest of profitably growing demand. Domestically and around the world, the beef already has a reputation...