Meet the Supply Development team
Have questions about management decisions that impact high quality beef production? Interested in the latest research pertaining to marbling development and beef market signals? Need help deciphering carcass or feedlot performance data and translating it into a tool for her improvement?
Our team’s efforts focus on researching genetic and management practices that influence the brand’s supply, communicating those practices and coordinating relationships for information exchange. Call or e-mail us for more information:
206 Riffel Rd.
Wooster, OH 44691
|Mark McCully, vice president, oversees the CAB supply development, packing, and industry information divisions. He works to develop allied industry partnerships and further education and research pertaining to quality beef production.|
|Justin Sexten, director, supply development, works with cattle producers, academia, allied industry partners and brand customers to communicate the value of quality beef production while developing best management practices to improve CAB acceptance rates.|
|Paul Dykstra, beef cattle specialist, works closely with feedlots and ranchers in north-central and western states of the U.S to help them profitably meet the demands of a high-quality marketplace through breeding and managing Angus cattle to their utmost potential.|
|Kara Lee, supply programs manager, coordinates marketing and sales initiatives with an emphasis in producer education.|
|Steve Suther, director, industry information division, directs all CAB efforts to communicate with producers, writes articles about CAB producer issues for Angus and other beef publications.|
|Miranda Reiman, Industry Information division assistant director, works with all media forms – online, radio and print – to develop quality-focused production stories for producers and professionals in the beef industry.|
|Laura Conaway, producer communications specialist, bridges the gap between CAB production and consumer audiences through written, electronic and verbal communication channels, with an emphasis on quality-driven commercial cattlemen.|
|Marilyn Conley, administrative assistant, coordinates educational programs in the production sector and assists producers with product, point-of-sale materials, and other resources.|