BY LAUREN CHASE (Montana Stockgrowers Association)
Karoline Rose is one passionate young lady. Growing up near Three Forks, Montana, she was involved with 4-H and helping her father with their ranch and his cattle buying business: Rose Cattle Company. She is now a double major at Montana State University, studying animal science and agriculture education. Karoline is the founder and co-president of the Collegiate Stockgrowers at MSU, founder of Sigma Alpha at MSU, Treasurer of Collegiate CattleWomens on campus and is on the communications task force for YPC.
Her involvement with the cattle industry doesn’t stop there. She is partners with her father on the commercial side of the operation and owns the purebred division of Rose Cattle Company. She hopes to expand their business in the future and also, educate consumers on beef and ranching.
Karoline produced this video for the American National CattleWomen’s video contest about telling your beef story. In it, she explains why she loves ranching and raising quality beef, and why the public needs to better understand why ranching is so important.