Hear straight from the families, breeders, chefs and other Angus stewards as they share their experiences with America’s breed.
A rancher and chef trade places for a day to learn from each other’s work.
Angus. America's Breed.
Kenny Hinkle, of Hinkle’s Prime Cut Angus, talks about what it took to evolve a sideline in 1995 into the CAB Progressive Partner Award winner in 2018.
In Kentwood, Louisiana, Roussel family bloodlines pulse with their Cajun heritage. Just like those who have studied the long history of the Angus breed, they can trace their bayou lineage back to the late 1700s.
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At just 16 years old, Salvador Galindo made the move to the United States from Mexico to look for work and a better life. Hard work is nothing new to Galindo. Beginning as a farm hand in the rough Nevada desert in the ’70s, he spent years working tirelessly in search of a better life for his growing family. Galindo now runs his own herd of 300 Angus cattle on the same ranch he moved to America to manage.