James Herring’s innovation and commitment to improving the quality of beef throughout the industry helped build an industry giant.
Jessie Ramirez, head of maintenance and equipment operator at Brookover Feed Yard outside Garden City, Kan., has been the model example of what feedlots are looking for from their workforce.
Cattle feeders will honor their own Feb. 4, 2020, in San Antonio, during their 11th annual banquet, held for the second year in conjunction with the nation’s largest annual cattle industry gathering.
As co-founder of Superior Livestock Auction’s video sales, Jim Odle created a dynamic marketing platform with benefits for cattle and people.
Raised during the early years of commercial cattle feeding, Bill Foxley built one of the largest cattle feeding and ranching enterprises in the U.S.
Outstanding members of the cattle-feeding community honored at Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame Banquet.
On July 11, nearly 500 members of the beef industry gathered in Denver to honor four individuals for their dedication to the cattle-feeding business.
Visionary, entrepreneur, cattleman, pioneer, businessman and philanthropist. All words that describe Earl Brookover, the man credited with launching the commercial cattle feeding industry in western Kansas in 1951. One