The Angus Report, March 20, 2017
In the news: demand for high-quality U.S. beef builds overseas, wildfire recovery begins for ranchers in the Plains, an executive order stalls the fate of the WOTUS rule, improving consumer transparency through on-farm verification, and breeding soundness exams ensure herd sires are in top shape for breeding season.
The Angus Report, March 13, 2017
In the news: a packer's perspective on the state of beef production, CattleFax shares an outlook for grain and energy prices, an update from the National Beef Quality Audit, managing cheat grass in the arid West, a cow-less beef herd model, and photos from calving season across Angus country.
The Angus Report, March 6, 2017
In the news: top quality grade cattle reach uncharted highs, Congress begins plans for the 2018 Farm Bill, improving structure by collecting foot scores on the ranch, a weather outlook for the coming spring, and an all-new scholarship offering from the Angus Foundation.
The Angus Report, Feb. 27, 2017
In the news: U.S. beef exports add value to feeder cattle, the latest Here's the Premium study by Certified Angus Beef LLC, a look at beef steak tenderness, fetal programming and calf development, advice when collecting performance measures, apply by March 1 for a place at the Beef Leaders Institute (BLI), and much more.
The Angus Report, Feb. 20, 2017
In the news: CattleFax's Kevin Good shares the year's market outlook, the nation's cattle inventory is up 2%, enhancements to the BQA certification program, the balancing act of cow nutrition, a North Dakota Angus ranch recognized as the national award winner from the Environmental Stewardship Award Program, and much more.
The Angus Report, Feb. 13, 2017
In the news: a look at policy priorities in Washington, D.C., for the nation's cattle producers; controversial GIPSA rule delayed; preserving stockmanship and stewardship in today's technology-driven world; winter bedding adds value in the feedlot; innovative strategies to maximize female genetic potential; and much more.
The Angus Report, Feb. 6, 2017
In the news: establishing value at sale time, a priority list when shopping for your next herd sire, new research on beef as part of a healthy diet, viewing your calves from the buyer's seat, selecting for docility and much more.
The Angus Report, Jan. 30, 2017
In the news: managing risk through financial planning, an update on the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule, growing beef exports to match supply, tips for handling the cold, football lessons on the ranch, and a look at the 2017 World Angus Forum in the UK.
The Angus Report, Jan. 23, 2017
National Western, Part One
A crowd of nearly 2,500 people celebrated Angus in the West during the recent National Western Angus Bull Sale in Denver, Colo. The Angus Report brings you coverage from Angus events at the National Western Stock Show (NWSS).
The Angus Report, Jan. 9, 2017
In the news: demand for quality genetics on the global scale, U.S. beef shipments to Brazil expected soon, how AngusSource verification adds value to your Angus-sired calves, and livestock enthusiasts travel to Denver, Colo., this week for the 2017 National Western.
I Am Angus: Jan. 2, 2017
Angus in the West
A tradition for more than 110 years, the National Western Stock Show is a highly anticipated time of year for livestock enthusiasts. In this "I Am Angus," we explore the history and heritage of the National Western. Visit angus.org to view more segments.
I Am Angus: Dec. 26, 2016
Each of the cattlemen and women who choose to raise Angus as a path to quality beef does so in their own way. "I Am Angus" shares the stories at the heart of the cattle business: it's people and those committed to the ranching way of life. Visit angus.org for more segments from this episode.
I Am Angus: Nov. 24, 2016
Farmers and ranchers are responsible for not only growing food, but also growing opportunity for others who want to chase this American dream. The Thanksgiving "I Am Angus" episode, sponsored by Merck Animal Health, shares stories of mentorship and growth.