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As a sign of their commitment to producing responsible beef and community involvement, Cactus Feeders added the following sentence to their company's mission statement: " Feeding a hungry world, starting with family, friends and neighbors."
The receiving process — one of the most important aspects of feeding cattle — provides the feedyard with the opportunity to start cattle correctly, with the goal of achieving the highest possible margin. All the decisions in the feedyard should be made with the idea of maximizing the health of the rumen and immune system of these cattle. To achieve maximized production, everyone in the feedyard must work as a team to improve the processing procedures for animal handling, feeding and health.
Outstanding members of the cattle-feeding community were honored at the Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame banquet on July 25, 2013.
The selection of two new inductees to the Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame for 2013 will once again pay tribute to individuals who have made exceptional, lasting contributions to the cattle feeding industry.