February 2014 Join Us in Kansas City in 2014
The first-ever ‘Angus Means Business’ National Convention & Trade Show returns to the roots of the Angus business.
Weathering the Storm
Angus cattle and family help Indiana man survive the storm of cancer.
A love for Angus cattle and for giving back guides a young man from Idaho.
Patience is a Virtue
Young Colorado couple is willing to enter the business slowly, putting their own cattle operation together one piece at a time.
East Coast symposium details the latest developments in reproductive technology
Profiting from AI
Cattlemen from different segments of the industry share their perspectives.
Grasp the Fundamentals
Reproductive specialists share keys, tools to succeed with synchronized AI programs for heifers and bulls.
Improving Pregnancy Rates
From what can go wrong with the bull to semen mishandling to heat detection, ARSBC speakers shine the spotlight on factors that can undermine pregnancy rates.
Methods to Determine Pregnancy
There are several alternatives to determine pregnancy.
From hormone levels to nutrition factors, speakers get to the root of what causes pregnancy loss.
Speakers explore how to get the most out of cow herd reproductive efforts.
Predictions for the Future
What technologies will cattlemen be using 10 years down the road?
Beta-agonists, the Environment and Cattle Fatigue
In this Part 1 of a two-part series, a K-State veterinarian explains how environmental factors coupled with the use of beta-agonists may affect cattle fatigue.
Beta-agonists: The Summer Slump
In this Part 2 of a two-part series, a K-State feedlot specialist explains how environmental factors and the use of beta-agonists might affect cattle feed intake.
South Dakota ranch families share experiences after the devastating early October blizzard.
Domenico’s at the Lake
Missouri resort-area mom-and-pop restaurant keeps stepping it up.
Perfect Is Better
Eastern Kansas rancher aims for the top rung.
Generic to Superior
Feedlot data helps rancher build predictable quality.
Hedging Your Bets
Educational forum provides overview of how producers can utilize DNA testing, selection tools to help rebuild the cow herd.
Setting the Tone
Early program sets the political, economic stage at Range Beef Cow Symposium XXIII.
Speakers share how producers can add value to beef production
through the use of technology.
It’s a Small World After All
U.S. beef exports bring extraordinary value to beef producers.
2014 could be banner year for cow-calf producers.
Making Room for Future
To support additional generations, an operation needs to grow in value.
Two-time NCAA champion men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino shares advice for achieving success in life.
It is imperative that cattle producers have an adequate understanding of the basic nutrient requirements of the cow herd to make informed and effective nutrition-related decisions.
Spring 2014 Sire Evaluation Report Overview
An overview of the data in the Sire Evaluation Report published in January.
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