Wulf Cattle of Morris was awarded the National Beef Quality Assurance Cow-Calf Award by the National Beef Quality Assurance Program during the 2017 National Cattle Industry Convention in Nashville, Tenn.
The National Beef Quality Assurance Cow-Calf Award recognizes an outstanding beef farmer or farm family that best demonstrates animal care and handling principles as part of the day-to-day activities on their farm, as well as a strong desire to continually improve BQA on their farm, and encourages others to implement this farmer education program.
TOP PRODUCERS: Wulf Cattle of Morris received the National Beef Quality Assurance Cow-Calf Award during the 2017 National Cattle Industry Convention in Nashville, Tenn. Attending were (back row, left to right) Jerry Wulf, Bob Metzger, Adam Zeltwanger, Nate Knobloch and Lucas Sutherland. Attendees in the front row were (from left) Ashley Kohls, Samantha Jensen, Robyn Metzger, Tammy Mikkelson and Natasha Mortenson. (Photo: Wulf Cattle BQA Award)
“Ensuring beef safety and quality is the primary goal of the BQA program. Wulf Cattle embraces all aspects of BQA and takes their employee trainings far beyond the simple certification by creating and implementing a Be Kind and Be Safe training program,” says Ashley Kohls, Minnesota Beef Council BQA coordinator. “The dedication displayed by Wulf Cattle for beef quality assurance is exemplary. We are extremely proud to have Wulf Cattle as part of the Minnesota beef industry and are grateful for their dedication and commitment to Beef Quality Assurance.”
To view a video about the farm, visit bit.ly/2nn4wJKWulf.
Source: Minnesota Beef Council