The DeBruycker Charolais Movie Has Landed!
After nearly a year in the making, we’re so excited to announce the launch of the premier DeBruycker Charolais Movie, ‘Everybody is a Little Bit Choteau’!
First screened at the legendary Roxy Theatre in Choteau, the 21-minute agricultural movie was shot in Choteau MT, by family friend and film producer Uwe Stemmler.
‘Everybody is a Little Bit Choteau’ features Montana’s Choteau and Dutton residents, and is a tribute by Montana Ranchers to the unsung heroes of the U.S. and the world.
“The people in this film are representative of all the people who fight the same fight every day in America and around the world,” explains Brett DeBruycker of Dutton MT. “Every farmer, rancher, teacher, tire guy — it’s time to show their fantastic, significant and motivating stories. These people are, for us, real heroes.”
Donations made at the door of premier screening night were given to the Choteau Public Schools Beef to School Program dreamed up in 2018 by the school’s Head Cook (Cathy DeBruycker) Campbell, ranch wife Darlene Yeager, and cattle producers Misti Redland and Carli (Campbell) Neal. The program seeks to provide the cafeteria with locally-sourced beef and pork to bring down transportation and processing costs.
“We are always looking for new and innovative ways to advertise DeBruycker Charolais,” said Brett in a recent interview. One of the ways the ranch markets its purebred stock is through videos of customer testimonials that run during The American Rancher show on RFD-TV.”
Also keep your eyes peeled for the film on Twitter and YouTube, and parts will air during The American Rancher program in March, as a lead-up to the April 2020 Charolais bull sale.
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