The Angus Journal is the Association's flagship publication and a primary means of communication with the membership. Published 12 times each year, the Angus Journal communicates important information about Association programs and services; reports news from shows, events and sales; and provides production, marketing and management information that Angus breeders need to be successful. The publication is also an effective vehicle for producers to use in marketing their herds to other members around the country. Advertisements are offered in a variety of sizes at rates to match most budgets, and a creative staff is available to help create an eye-catching layout.
Beef Cattle Selection Could Reduce Iron Deficiency
by Laci Jones
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 14% of infants, 4% of children and 9% of women under 49 are deficient in iron. The symptoms of iron deficiency are serious. People can experience weakness, dizziness and even hair loss. To combat iron deficiency, researchers are looking for new ways to improve iron concentrations in food products. …