Ag advocates connect to the consumer Play video

Troy and Stacy Hadrick are South Dakota ranchers and founders of Advocates for Agriculture. They talk about why it's so important to connect to consumers and how their ranch management has been affected by those relationships. FULL STORY »

Competing with quality Play video

Nevil Speer, an animal scientist at Western Kentucky University, talks about what the beef industry needs to do to remain competitive. FULL STORY »

Herd owners learn value of quality beef at MU Thompson Farm

Breeding protocols to produce quality beef are “on the shelf,” ready for cow herd owners to use. University of Missouri scientists told the story behind breeding progress at a field day, Sept 17, at MU Thompson Farm in Grundy County. FULL STORY »

Record premiums show quality is no fad Play video

Brian Bertelsen, Vice President of Field Operations for U.S. Premium Beef LLC (USPB), talks about the value of raising high-quality cattle. FULL STORY »

Seeing the 'bigger picture' in beef production Play video

Stacy Hadrick, beefSD coordinator, talks about the beefSD program that showed young ranchers the breadth of the beef business. FULL STORY »

Make plans for the annual Angus convention in Louisville, Ky.

American Angus Association’s annual event conducts business and celebrates the breed. FULL STORY »

Meat marketers learn from on-ranch education Play video

It's important for those selling beef to know where it comes from. That's why Certified Angus Beef LLC (CAB) and Reasor's Grocery held an educational day on the Buford Ranch in Oklahoma earlier this year. FULL STORY »

Beef quality grades predict flavor, tenderness Play video

Beef flavor is important to consumers, and fortunately beef quality grades do a good job of predicting it, says Deb VanOverbeke, of Oklahoma State University. FULL STORY »

Newly discovered genetic defect in Angus cattle

A genetic defect, Developmental Duplication (DD), was recently discovered in Angus cattle. This genetic defect is recessive in nature and current results from screening of close to 1,100 bulls has shown a moderate (3%) frequency of the recessive allele. FULL STORY »

Angus cattle performance showcased

Winners of the 2013 Carcass Data Project (CDP) didn’t leave a lot of room for outliers. FULL STORY »

Burke’s career as an Angus marketer recognized by LPC Play video

Demand for Angus bulls and Angus females has never been higher, says well-known Angus marketer Tom Burke, Smithville, MO. FULL STORY »

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