Cattlemen’s Stewardship Review: Connecting Our Vision and Values

by HI-GLC on October 1, 2011

Cattle on guineagrass, Hamakua Coast, Big Island (July 2011)

Cattle on guineagrass, Hamakua Coast, Big Island (July 2011)


Today, less than 2 percent of the U.S. population farms for a living; yet, people want to know more and more about where their food comes from. In fact, nearly 74 percent of people say they’re interested in knowing more about how beef is raised and the people who raise it.

“The Cattlemen’s Stewardship Review: Connecting Our Vision and Values” was developed with the goal of bridging this gap and reconnecting people with the beef community. In essence, it’s the first-of-its-kind look at the values and vision of America’s cattlemen and how they responsibly raise good food and healthy animals, while protecting the environment and building strong communities—all with the end of goal of providing the safest, highest-quality, most consumer-friendly beef in an environmentally and economically sustainable manner in order to feed people around the world.

Click here for the Cattlemen’s Stewardship Review Fact Sheet.

Click here to be redirected to the main ExploreBeef website to access Stewardship Review resources.

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