Minnie Lou Bradley is a remarkable women. For those of you that don't know her, especially women, you should say thank-you.
I first met Minnie Lou at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville at the Livestock Judging banquet. Not only had Minnie Lou been the first women to major in animal husbandry at Oklahoma State University, she was also their first women on their livestock judging team and in 1952 was the first women to win the national livestock judging contest, then held in Chicago.
Minnie Lou's accomplishments didn't end there. Not only does she run the highly successful and respected Bradley 3 Ranch in Texas, she also was the first female President of the American Angus Association. She broke a trail that no other women has.
Below is a video of Bradley that was included in our most recent I am Angus show, and the title of this post is one of the many fabulous quotes of hers in the video. Her commitment to the land and raising nutritious beef for families like mine and yours is steadfast. Agriculture should be extremely proud that we have people like Bradley in the business, and consumers should feel comfortable that their food is in the hands of people's like Bradley's.