Cattlemen's Congress is a New Tradition for the Teets FamilyMon, 10 Jan 2022 16:55:04 CST
One family that attended Cattlemen's Congress for the second year in a row, came all the way from West Virginia with four heifers. Jill Teets and her family live and breathe cattle. They run about 850 cows, have their own production sale, are in the process of building their own processing facility and more.
"We have three boys," Teets said. "Today, we had one in the Charolais ring and one showing in the Angus ring at the same time."
Teets said with her family's busy schedule, Cattlemen's Congress is a better fit than other shows because the facility is easy to get around and about 12 hours closer to home.
"They canceled Denver, and this is what picked up," Teets said. "We were pleased with the outcome last year, so we decided to come here again this year. We will probably continue to come back here."
Hit the LISTEN BAR below to hear Chelsea Stanfield and Jill Teets talk about her family's experience at Cattlemen's Congress.
Photo: Chris Hawver, JW Teets, Jill Teets and Janet Hedrick.
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