From commercial roots, American Angus Association President Gordon Stucky built a seedstock herd and a reputation for cattle that perform on the range and on the rail.
With great delight, Milford Jenkins shares 10-plus years with the Angus Foundation.
South Dakota family takes steps to ensure ranch is sustainable for generations.
With the proper mind-set, one risk-management expert suggests businesses can become “antifragile.”
Experts say it’s never too soon to start planning for tomorrow.
There is similarity in succession and grazing-management plans.
Learn to identify and correct tendencies impeding succession-plan progress.
Are you putting your farm or ranch at risk by not developing a transition plan?
After a devastating flood, this young North Dakota Angus couple is determined to rebuild.
QB helps complete pass from ranch to consumer target.
Performance Registration Certificate documents ownership and genetic merit of animals registered through the American Angus Association.
Angus breeders gain efficiency by switching from paper to electronic certificates.
MaternalPlus® can help improve herd and breed.
App makes taking and organizing photo-plots simpler.
Artificial insemination is one of the keys to rapid genetic improvement.
Steps to get more cows and heifers pregnant.
South Dakota couple brings consumer focus back to the ranch.
New program seeks to identify superior cattle before they leave the ranch, helping producers capture additional value.
Beef industry needs to do better job of tooting its own horn, says meat scientist.
Goal: Every mouthful of feed created equal, no mouthful left behind.
Railroads as oil pipeline spell trouble for grain pipelines, distant feedlots.
Higher-producing cattle require a more specialized approach to feeding.
Finding and keeping good help doesn’t have to be impossible.
There is always work to be done, so hire the right person for the job.
Ninety percent of new employees decide whether to stay in the first six months on the job.
ARS scientists seeking better information for improved beef manure management.
Advice from Trent Loos
BIF focused on how novel traits affect the cow herd.
Selection tools are advancing. Researchers share insight on economically relevant traits, developmental programming and epigenetics.
The International Federation of Agricultural Journalists World Congress showed the ‘Innovations From a Small Island’ to 212 journalists from 37 countries.
Economist Jim Robb says markets will remain strong, at least for a while.