Go Tell It On the Mountain

fence in Montana

When you have a message to spread to the world — one you believe in wholeheartedly and dedicate your life to preserving, promoting and improving — you’re willing to go to great lengths to share your point-of-view.

Your mission is fueled by enthusiasm, passion and unwavering resolve. You want to shout your ideals from mountaintops, from sea to shining sea … or from the wide open spaces of an Angus cattle ranch in Montana.

Angus cattle

We’re at Sitz Angus Ranch in the shadow of the mountains under big, blue sky. We brought along a few of our friends, too. They’re master craftsmen and artisans who create magnificent and inspiring works. Their medium? Fresh, flavorful food.

Join our CAB table - Certified Angus Beef brand

Meet the chefs: Cedric Tovar of Bobo in New York; Peter Vauthy of Red, the Steakhouse in Miami; Rori Schepisi, Boot Hill Saloon & Grill, Vega, Texas; Chris Hodgson, Hodges in Cleveland; Cindy Hutson, Ortanique in Coral Gables, Fla. and Grand Cayman Island; Jeremiah Bacon, Oak Steakhouse, Charleston, S.C.; and back row — Ric Rosser, Saltgrass Steakhouse, Texas; Craig Deihl, Cypress, Charleston, S.C.; and Govind Armstrong, Post & Beam, Los Angeles.

These folks don’t just talk the talk. They walk the walk — through wide open spaces and up sides of mountains — to gather around a table and talk good eats. It’s a meeting of great minds; those who grow food and those who bring it to the table.

The table happens to be out here …


And to truly understand the care and commitment necessary to bring the highest-quality beef to market, we immersed these chefs in a culture of rich heritage that cares as much about quality as they do.


A feast in the field and some serious table talk.

We’re building a community — one dedicated to excellence, passionate about the details and inspired by tradition. It’s a community working every day to bring the best Certified Angus Beef ® to your table, and we’re getting ready to welcome you.

For now, follow the conversation here.

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Jennifer Kiko

Jennifer lives on a rural route with her husband, kids, horses, cows and faithful Labs, Cash and Carter. She's an aspiring foodie and enjoys making good food for great friends. She lives next door to a winery, plays the piano, and admits to growing too many tomatoes.

2 thoughts on “Go Tell It On the Mountain”

  1. This is truly amazing! So wonderful to see it come to fruition! Incredible chefs, breathtaking views, and hard-working, dedicated ranchers – I”d say this community is pretty spectacular!

  2. Fantastic article. Amazing photography and a beautiful celebration of beef and America.

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