Any organization is only so strong as the people managing the business and making the everyday decisions that are critical to its success. Success is measured many different ways and some ways unknown to the customer. Texas Beef is proud to present a leadership team with years of experience and, above all, the integrity that is essential to meaningful communications between production people and customers.
The Feedyard Division is led by Trent McEvers, a WT A&M PhD, who has supplemented and enhanced his career with practical on site feedyard management experience. Trent is familiar with all aspects of feedyard operations and is expert in the meat sciences that are part of any successful beef production team.
Reid is the manager at Texas Beef Feedyard in Sunray. Cross training is at the core of good management practices and Reid’s background has encompassed all aspects of feedyard operations.
Cody is the manager at Palo Duro Feedyard in Gruver. Cody has worked his way up through the feedyard to acquire knowledge in all areas of feedlot operations.
Teel Curtis has several decades of experience acquiring cattle and managing pasture operations for Texas Beef. Teel is able to make competitive bids for replacement cattle and structure special deals to meet the needs of all sellers.
No business can be successful without measuring the matrix of the numbers. David Huseman puts all the numbers together both for accounting systems and cattle and feed tracking. David, an honors graduate from Texas Tech comes from a farming and ranching family and knows not only the numbers but the processes at work for beef production. David’s knowledge and experience allows him to control the many risk associated with growing and harvesting cattle whether in the futures market on the insurance market.