Reproduction is key to making improvements Play video

Beef reproduction specialist George Perry, of South Dakota State University, and rancher John Moes, talk about how important reproduction is to herd improvement. FULL STORY »

One-step upgrade in calves

Some cows are better suited to their environment than to pleasing beef consumers. Their owners can still use high-value Angus genetics as a terminal cross in those herds, to help themselves and the entire beef supply chain. FULL STORY »

Register now for genetics symposium

Make plans now to attend the 2013 National Beef Cattle Evaluation Consotium (NBCEC) Symposium – Integrating DNA Information into Beef Cattle Production Systems to be held at the Kansas City Airport Holiday Inn on March 4-5, 2013. The registration deadline for this event is February 19, 2013. FULL STORY »

Know your bull is ready for the breeding season

To ensure adequate fertility levels and maximum efficiency, all breeding age bulls should receive an annual breeding soundness exam. FULL STORY »

Successful synchronization Play video

Mike Smith, University of Missouri animal scientist, talks about how to get good results with an estrus synchronization program and why it matters. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: Apoptosis

Sometimes one just needs to wonder and dream to learn something new. With all the excitement about DNA in the cattle business, one cannot help but learn something. FULL STORY »

Is it time for a new herd bull?

It won’t be long until breeding season for herds that calve in the spring, and it is never too early to start planning. FULL STORY »

Igenity, Angus Genetics announce enhanced value to DNA profile

Igenity and Angus Genetics Inc. announce a significant cost reduction to the Igenity Profile for Angus, a leading DNA profile for registered Angus cattle producers in the industry. FULL STORY »

BeefTalk: Now is the season of bull buyers and sellers

The bull-buying season certainly is here, and I hope those who need some good replacement bulls are busy shopping. Like a good ice pond with way too many ice houses loaded with fishermen, who gets the fish (in this case, the bull) takes luck and good planning. FULL STORY »

The finer points of bull selection

Purchasing a bull can be a difficult and sometimes expensive proposition for a beef cattle producer. FULL STORY »

Symposium presents 'state of the art' genomic tools

The goal of the meeting is to provide an update on the current ‘state of the art’ applications of genomic tools in the beef industry. FULL STORY »

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