The Beef Industry Panel speaks during the first general session at the 2022 Angus Convention on Nov. 5 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Pictured from left are Mark McCully, Jerry Connealy, Mark Gardiner, Joe Goggins, Ed Greiman, and Matt Perrier. (Courtesy photo.)

Cattlemen and women from across the United States work in different sectors of the beef industry, deal with different environmental issues and have different business strategies. But at the end of the day, all farmers and ranchers work toward the same goal; to continue raising and selling the best beef possible.

Raising top-quality beef comes with both barriers and optimism. During the 2022 Angus Convention first general session, Exploring Your Potential, five Angus breeders and industry experts spoke on a panel with Mark McCully, American Angus Association chief executive officer, as the moderator. The panel took place Nov. 5 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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