Top 10 marketing ideas for Angus seedstock breeders:
Spotlight the CAB advantage Angus breeders can tout.
For a quality-focused Angus seedstock business, it only makes sense to link to the world-class branded beef program that you own. Doing so with a plan can help build relationships and make everybody in the chain more money.
Pointing out benefits of the brand helps everybody. Here are some of the top marketing tools seedstock producers can use:
The Best Practices Manual is an owner’s guide for Angus genetics. From health to marketing, it covers the entire system pointing out ways to aim for quality all the way along. Your customers have already invested in the seedstock - put this piece in their hands so they have all the management tips to help them succeed. Request your copy here.
Become a licensee for a day and treat sale guests to the premium beef brand. If Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand product is the only beef served, we’ll send you all the material you need to make it a class-act event for free, including napkins, brochures, aprons and more. Simply submit an application form at least three weeks prior to the event or call 800-225-2333 for more information.
This logo was created especially for producer use. The Targeting the Brand logo calls attention to any program that aims at the Certified Angus Beef ® brand target or helps producers do so. Use it at events to show your commitment, or use it in bull sale catalogs to specifically identify bulls that meet our requirements for targeting the brand's standards.
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The Targeting the Brand logo is designed to highlight registered Angus sires with greater genetic potential to produce calves meeting the most challenging specifications of the Certified Angus Beef ® brand. Utilize this ad in your catalog in conjunction with the logo to help customers identify the bulls that will help them place greater emphasis on carcass quality in their genetic selection.
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Market to feedyards:
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