February 1, 2012
Christina Rhyne, a Moffat County Cattlewomen member, stands in the meat department at City Market in Craig, where she does beef promotional demonstrations for the group. The Colorado Cattlewomen’s Association named Rhyne its Rookie of the Year at its Jan. 17 banquet in Denver.
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Grass-fed beef, grain-fed beef, organic beef — what’s the difference? It’s a question Craig native Christina Rhyne tries to help shoppers answer as they navigate the meat section of City Market in Craig. “I think it’s important to know about agriculture in general because that’s where our food and fiber comes from,” said Rhyne, 31, a Moffat County Cattlewomen member. “And the more that we know about that, the better choices that we can make.” For her presentations at City Market, along with her other efforts to promote agriculture and the beef industry, the Colorado Cattlewomen’s Association named her its Rookie of the Year at an annual banquet Jan. 17 in Denver.