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The Angus Report, Feb. 18, 2019

The Angus Report, Feb. 18, 2019

Allison Rivera discusses the new Farm Bill and the ELD exemption for livestock haulers. The Animal Agriculture Alliance released a report that highlights improvements in environmental stewardship and animal welfare. The USDA has awarded a substantial amount of money to help organizations affected by trade retaliation. Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, weighs in on China’s promises to purchase more U.S. farm exports. Thunder View Farms wins NCBA’s Environmental Stewardship Award. Tom Burke is one of many iconic individuals who have impacted the Angus industry.

The Angus Report, Feb. 11, 2019

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Matt Spangler discusses dollar indexes. Tyson Foods, and the Environmental Defense Fund are working to grow food more sustainably. The American Angus Auxiliary is dedicated to supporting Angus youth. Dave Nichols was instrumental in establishing cattle performance records.

The Angus Report, Feb. 4, 2019

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Ray Asabedo discusses drones in agriculture. EAT-Lancet Commission releases dietary recommendations. Zippy Duvall speaks about new WOTUS rule. President Trump signs forest management executive order. Minnie Lou Bradley, a Saddle and Sirloin Club inductee, blazes trails in the beef industry.

The Angus Report, Jan. 28, 2019

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This week’s special episode of The Angus Report provides coverage from the 2019 National Western Stock Show. We follow Krebs Ranch throughout the week and highlight their accomplishments as well as their generous donation of this year’s Angus Foundation Heifer Package. *Correction, GCC Cover Girl 923E ET, Austin Nowatzke, Michigan City, IN, was the reserve grand champion of the ROV female show.

The Angus Report, Jan. 21, 2019

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Ky Pohler discusses pregnancy diagnosis options. Updated requirements have been published for identifying imported cattle from Mexico. The second-annual STAR conference will be held Feb. 28 – March 3 in Saint Joseph, Missouri. The NWSS complex is currently under redevelopment to bring year-round activity back to the historic stock yards in Denver.

The Angus Report, Jan. 14, 2019

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Sandy Johnson discusses the importance of synchronization planning. Chad Barker from National Beef talks about continued improvement in quality grading. We visit with Regional Manager Casey Jentz. The MaternalPlus program provides great value to Tehama Angus Ranch. The National Western Stock Show in Denver is currently under redevelopment for an expansion project.

The Angus Report, Jan. 7, 2019

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Cheramie Viator of Westway Feed Products talks to us about matching beef cattle genetics to production environments. Brian Vander Ley from University of Nebraska – Lincoln, spoke at the 2018 Feeding Quality Forum on feedyard vaccinations. Hear some tips about caring for bulls during the winter months. And we catch up with Casey Jentz in the latest edition of the Regional Manager Market Update. We meet Cale Hinrichsen, the 2019 Angus Ambassador. And finally we hear from the Association’s CEO, Allen Moczygemba, about what members can expect in 2019.

The Angus Report, Dec. 31, 2018

2018 Angus Convention Replay

This special episode of The Angus Report covers the 2018 Angus Convention held in Columbus, Ohio Nov. 3-5, 2018.

The Angus Report, Dec. 24, 2018

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Kelly Sanders of Westway Feed Products talks to us about epigenetics. We hear from Jeff Heldt about pre-breeding vitamin and mineral formulations. We learn more about South Korea using blockchain technology in their beef industry and proper vaccine storage. Davis Gazda, Director of Field Services, dives into what to expect at the 2019 National Angus Bull Sale in Denver, Colorado. And American Angus Association employees sends the audience warm wishes this holiday season.

The Angus Report, Dec. 17, 2018

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An Idaho professor talks about bull fertility. Hear about the importance of developing an effective herd health program. Several Association employees discuss how the National Junior Angus Board guided them into their current professions. The FDA approved the first animal drug that reduces gas emissions in cattle. The Association will offer five internships for the summer of 2019. And, we get a preview of this year’s I Am Angus, the Association’s award-winning documentary series that profiles Angus producers.

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