Vina, California, February 1, 2011 —
Panorama Meats, the nation’s largest producer of organic, 100 percent grass-fed and grass-finished beef, has hired Rick Kingsbury as production manager for the Rocky Mountain region. He reports to Panorama’s Vice President, Production, Wayne Langston, and will manage Panorama’s growing network of organic grass-fed beef ranchers in Colorado, New Mexico, Nebraska, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana.
Kingsbury most recently owned and operated Pecos Valley Grass Fed Beef near Santa Fe, N.M., which specialized in raising Scottish Highlander cattle to produce grass-fed beef for distribution to Farmer’s markets, high-end restaurants, and families across Northern New Mexico. He frequently lectures about the nutritional benefits of grass-fed products and is a recent past board member of the Southwest Grass-Fed Beef Alliance. Kingsbury can be reached at 505-670-3737 or email@example.com.
Panorama cattle are raised entirely on pastures of natural grasses, legumes and range forage. Cattle are never implanted with hormones, fed animal by-products or treated with antibiotics. All animals are raised in compliance with the Born and Raised in the USA® verification program.
Panorama’s ranchers treat their animals humanely in low-stress environments and employ pasture-rotation and land-management practices that promote animal health and protect delicate rangeland ecosystems.
More information about Panorama is available at www.panoramameats.com.
About Panorama Meats
Panorama Organic Grass-Fed Beef is produced by a group of family ranchers in Northern California, Southern Washington, Southern Oregon, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Nebraska, New Mexico and Colorado who raise cattle on natural grasses, legumes and range forage. It is sold through Whole Foods Market stores in Northern California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Nevada, Kansas, New Mexico and Colorado and through other independent retail grocers. More information is available at www.panoramameats.com.