Karoline Rose of Three Forks, Mont., joins the Certified Angus Beef® (CAB®) team this fall as an Industry Information school term intern. Based out of her home office in Bozeman, Mont., Rose assists CAB in writing news releases and industry updates, produces feature stories on Montana’s Angus ranchers, and creates social media posts to help explain the people and ideas behind high-quality beef.
She is a senior in animal science at Montana State University, where she co-founded Collegiate Stockgrowers. Other interests include the MSU wool and livestock judging teams, Collegiate CattleWomen, Young Farmers and Ranchers, and New Century Farmer.
Rose comes from a cattle family. Her father is a full-time rancher and cattle buyer, who also trains cow dogs. She runs a small Angus herd of her own and hopes to expand the family operations some day.
“I am humbled to be chosen as an intern for Certified Angus Beef. It’s quite a unique opportunity to share what the producers in Montana and across the country are doing to bring quality beef to the table,” said Rose. “I hope to not only learn but also inspire others to be better beef advocates through this experience.”
Launched in 1978 and owned by 30,000 American Angus Association members, CAB is the largest branded beef program in the world, with 15,000 licensed partners selling 2.2 million pounds of branded product daily in more than 45 countries. For producer resources including intern articles, visit http://www.cabpartners.com, the blog at http://www.blackinkwithcab.com; or check out the consumer site at http://www.certifiedangusbeef.com.