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AAA Login Additions

AAA Login website is a valuable tool for digital herd management.

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (Nov. 3, 2015) — AAA Login is an online herd management tool that lets Angus breeders analyze herd inventory, submit data and do business with the American Angus Association. It is a constantly evolving resource, said Chris Stallo, because new features are constantly added or tweaked from breeders’ requests.

The vice president of operations for the American Angus Association spoke to attendees during the Innovation Workshop at the Angus Means Business National Convention & Trade Show Nov. 3-5, 2015, in Overland Park, Kan.

Chris Stallo, Association vice president of operations, shared a new look for the AAA Login website with workshop attendees.

The AAA Login website had an overhaul of its layout this summer, receiving some mixed reviews. Change usually meets resistance, he admitted, though the new layout more closely resembles those used on mobile devices. However, the changes haven’t stopped 8,107 Angus breeders from logging in within the last 60 days, with a total of 125,757 logins performed and 13,959 acts of business handled.

There are 15,954 total members with an AAA Login account. Stallo reported that in fiscal year 2015, AAA Login accounted for 168,037 registrations, 53,382 transfers, 155,930 weaning weights, and 73,811 yearling weights submitted. These online submissions account for 52.45% of registrations, 33.35% of transfers, 49.42% of weaning weights, and 47.61% of yearling weights.

For more information on navigating AAA Login features, check out the “Login Lowdown” column in the Angus Journal.

Stallo offered insight into new features and trouble-shot some issues for session attendees.

More information about these new features can be found in future “Login Lowdown” columns. Stallo encouraged questions, suggestions or feedback to be directed to or by calling 816-383-5100.

Editor's Note: This article was written under contract or by staff of the Angus Journal, which maintains the copyright. To request permission to reprint, please contact Shauna Hermel at 816-383-5200.