Rachel Cutrer is a seventh-generation Texas rancher and businesswoman from Wharton County. In 1999, she created Ranch House Designs, the world leader in livestock marketing, and has served as CEO since its inception. The agency currently represents thousands of clients and maintains over 800 websites worldwide. Ms. Cutrer is also co-owner of B.R. Cutrer Ranch, one of the world’s leading Brahman cattle operations, and a founder and partner of Brahman Country Beef, the USA’s first Brahman branded beef program. She is the president of Brahman Country Genetics, a global semen and embryo corporation.
Ms. Cutrer is the author of three college textbooks and over twenty children’s books featuring the ranching lifestyle. She earned her B.S. in Animal Science from Texas A&M University and an M.S. in Agricultural and Extension Education from Michigan State University. She holds a certificate from Cornell University’s Women in Leadership Program and was named the first Outstanding Young Alumni of the Texas A&M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Outstanding Alumni of the Texas A&M University Department of Animal Science. She is an honorary member of the Texas A&M Saddle and Sirloin Club and serves as a board member of the Texas 4-H Foundation, Texas A&M University College of Agriculture Advisory Council, Texas A&M University Department of Animal Science Advisory Council, El Campo Memorial Hospital, and Wharton Country Club.
Speaking for Agriculture
A Firm Believer in the Power of Family
The devoted wife of Brandon Cutrer and loving mother to their two beautiful daughters, Rachel takes the utmost care to honor her heritage while creating a new legacy for both the agriculture industry, and her family.
While Rachel is internationally recognized as a business powerhouse, she believes that the most important job she has is the work done within the four walls of the Cutrer home. That's why despite a busy working mom schedule, she makes a commitment to personally pick up her kids at school each and every day, and to be actively present in raising her daughters to be kind, happy, considerate young people who live in a home full of love and joy with Jesus as the center of the home.