Posts Categorized: ranching

Why Join ANCW?

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“Why should I join ANCW?” This is a question we as cattlewomen hear whenever we are recruiting. “Why should I join? Why do you need me? I’m only one person; I can’t make that much of a difference.” Let’s talk about that. Where We Started. Let’s start with a little history of the ANCW. In… Read more »

When an Opportunity Strikes

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Melanie Fowle, ANCW Past President, shares what it is like to take advantage of a Window of Opportunity. In 2011 California Ag in the Classroom was celebrating its 25th Anniversary and to acknowledge this milestone, sent ag organization volunteers to present to 10,000 students in San Francisco classrooms. How did this experience ultimately change one of… 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 »

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 »