Why We’re Asked Why

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As members of the American National CattleWomen, we are often asked “why, what, how” and then sometimes even a “when.” Why do we do what we do? Why are we cattlewomen? What do we do every day? How do you raise a cow? When your cows get sick, what happens? These questions are just a… Read more »

Take Time to Say “Thank You”

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Extra! Extra! It’s a BEEFMoos Special Alert! It never hurts to say “Thank You.” It never hurts to show your appreciation. As a matter of fact, we’re taught from a young age to use our manners and say “Please” and “Thank You.” It’s no secret that today’s society tends to focus more on negative topics. Too… Read more »

One More Region Meeting Coming Up!

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Welcome to June, everyone! Summertime is almost here! The unofficial start to summertime began when we celebrated Memorial Day this past weekend. I don’t know about you, but I saw that a lot of people broke out the grills for their holiday and long weekend. It sure made for some yummy social media feeds! A… Read more »

The Story of a CowBelle

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This story was recently submitted by ANCW President-Elect Gwen Geis. Meet Verna Ann Gilbertz of Gillette, Wyoming. She’s in her early 80s and shared her story at a Past Presidents’ luncheon for the Wyoming Cattlewomen. It’s a wonderful set of stories from a true cattlewoman and paints a real image of the beef community. I Rather Enjoyed… Read more »