November 2013 Family Matters
American Angus Association president Phil Trowbridge carries on a family tradition of hard work, family values and Angus cattle.
Phil Trowbridge shares his perspective on serving on the American Angus Association Board of Directors.
Bottom Line Affected by Cow Size and Age
A four-year study of nine different production systems suggests one size doesn’t fit everyone.
The Udder Issue
Scoring for culling decisions and selection.
Consider Structural Integrity
While some consider the problem mostly environmental and some consider it mostly genetic, most agree there is room for improvement.
Are Annual Forbs an Invasive Threat?
Forage specialists say unappreciated annual forbs are not cause for worry.
No More Mud
Hoop barns help this South Dakota family operation create a better feeding environment for cattle.
Prepare for the Storm
As fall approaches, tropical weather concerns grow. Producers advised to implement preparedness plans.
A Reflection on 35 Years Ago
CAB partner with links to first retail sale says it wasn’t easy at first.
Family, Cattle and Business
Indiana family measures, monitors and makes improvements.
A Day in the Life of a Foodservice Distributor
Working for a broadline food distributor, Mary Jo Staertow is passionate about keeping CAB® center of the plate.
Beef Industry’s Path Charted
Demand for higher quality can support more cattle in coordinated supply chains.
Corah’s Crystal Ball
With a career in the beef industry spanning four decades, Larry Corah gives insight to the industry trends he foresees.
More Than A Restaurant
The Certified Angus Beef® brand has played an integral role in delivering memorable, fine-dining experiences at El Gaucho restaurants in Washington and Oregon.
Keep 'em Coming
Demand for Certified Angus Beef® product continues to grow.
Use Values to Connect
To connect with consumers, explain the why of agriculture before the how and what.
Share Your Story
Illinois producers say ag’s future tied to closing gap with consumers.
Despite negative press, most say National School Lunch Program being well-received — and beef is making inroads on being included.
Blizzard Batters Black Hills Region
Thousands of cattle found dead.
Get What They Are Worth
New audit program ties market value to genetic evaluation of commercial cattle.
Breed Use of Genomic Technology
Breed associations report on genomic-enhanced EPDs.
OSU Extension offers guidance for reseeding pasture in pipeline rights-of-way.
Cow-Calf in Confinement
Nutritionist suggests confinement could benefit animals and operators.
Adapting to Change
Southern Plains researchers tackle climate variability.
Bull Leasing Revisited
Tennessee bull-leasing program is 40 years old and still thriving.
Gut Check Management
When establishing a seedstock operation, you may be one of the best tools you’ve got.
Make Farming with Arthritis Easier
Modifying tasks and equipment can help prevent further damage.
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