Angus VNR: What's hiding? Discussing USDA's black-hided number

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Lance Zimmerman, Cattle-Fax analyst, and Clint Walenciak, director of packing for Certified Angus Beef LLC (CAB) discuss the USDA-reported black-hided number and what that means for cattlemen.



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Sydney S    
Kansas City, MO  |  September, 27, 2012 at 10:34 AM

I wonder why they didn't talk about the number of 'black-hided' cattle going into CAB that aren't from Angus genetics. There are several beef breeds that are 'black-hided' without being Angus. Biggest debate among cow/calf guys... why is black better? I certainly don't taste a difference in red cattle versus a CAB steak.


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