Angus TV

The Angus Report, Feb. 19, 2018

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Angus Genetics, Inc. announces new research EPDs for feet and legs, how is the recent tax reform impacting farmers and ranchers, we share tips to manage range cattle nutrients economically and what can you do to prepare your spring and summer pasture? All this and more on this week's Angus Report. Don't forget to subscribe to American Angus Association's YouTube channel, AngusTV, to stay up-to-date on all Angus news. Visit for more Angus news and highlights.

CattleFax Market Update

Hadrick family named 'Progressive Partner'

Angus Sales TV

Lee Robbins

The Angus Report, Feb. 12, 2018

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What do today's consumers want when the head to the meat case, we'll share results from a recent CoBank report about the state of rural America, how can body condition scoring save you time and money and prepare yourself for a fast-approaching spring wildfire season.

CattleFax Market Update

Relationships lead to consistency

Angus Events

Baxter Black

The Angus Report, Feb. 5, 2018

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CattleFax Market Update

Basin Angus wins CAB honors

Angus Foundation Heifer Package

Richard Willham, Iowa State University

The Angus Report, Jan. 29, 2018

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Learn about this year’s Women Connected Conference hosted by American Angus Auxiliary, a biennial event that provides networking and educational opportunities for women active in the Angus breed. Will we be eating cultured steaks anytime soon, catch up on the latest NAFTA news and make sure to stop by the American Angus Association booth at the 2018 National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Trade Show. More Angus news and highlights are available on Don't forget to subscribe to Angus TV and never miss an episode.

CattleFax Market Update

CAB’s 1.12 billion-pound “team effort”

American Angus Auxiliary

Curtis "Doc" Long

The Angus Report, Jan. 22, 2018

NWSS Angus Bull Sale

This week’s special National Western Stock Show edition of The Angus Report features highlights from the best 16 days of January. Watch a recap of the successful 2018 National Angus Bull Sale, where the very best genetics and some of the best and brightest Angus breeders collide. It’s hard to miss a new addition to the sale, a shiny, new sale block generously donated by Tarter Farm and Ranch Equipment. Visit for more Angus news and highlights.

NWSS Highlights

NWSS Show Highlights

U.S. Livestock Industry Leaders of the Year, Sankey's 6N Ranch

The Angus Report, Jan. 8, 2018

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The GOP passed its tax overhaul bill just before Christmas. Hear tax code details, how drought is affecting ranchers across the country, we take a closer look at this year’s Angus Foundation Female, and we share the story behind the National Western Stock Show.

CattleFax Market Update

Price discovery and premiums

Angus Foundation Female

NWSS History

The Angus Report, Jan.1, 2018

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Happy New Year! American Angus Association CEO Allen Moczygemba talks about his plans for the Association in 2018. Hear about the exciting Angus Journal redesign debuting this month at the National Western Stock Show in Denver. Learn about South Africa’s taste for U.S. Beef. And we recap the 2017 Range Beef Cow Symposium in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Marbling an insurance policy

Range Beef Cow Symposium

National Western Stock Show Traditions

The Angus Report, Dec. 25, 2017

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It’s a very Angus Christmas! Hear from American Angus Association employees about their holiday traditions, perfect your Certified Angus Beef Christmas roast, prepare your cow herd for winter storms, and saddle up to celebrate Christmas with the cowboys at Castle Mountain Ranch.

CattleFax Market Update

Paving the way to prime

Angus Foundation Female

Castle Mountain Ranch, White Sulphur Springs, Mont.

The Angus Report, Dec. 18, 2017

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South Dakota State University research reveals how vaccinations affect cow pregnancy, don’t forget to mark your calendars for the 2018 National Western Angus Bull Sale on January 10th, and hear from the recently selected 2018 Angus Ambassador, Sydni Lienemann. Then, Ed Oliver, owner of Cripple Pine Farms in Georgia, will give you a glimpse into his time-honored Angus bloodlines.

CattleFax Market Update

The Unconventional Route

2018 Angus Ambassador

Ed Oliver, Georgia

The Angus Report, Dec. 11, 2017

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Find out how MaternalPlus, a voluntary program offered by the American Angus Association, can lead to a more profitable cow herd, check in with ranchers still recovering from Southern wildfires this past spring, and we check with Tom Burke, Saddle and Sirloin Portrait Gallery Inductee, at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville. Then, we hear from Maureen Ogle, historian and author of the popular nonfiction “In Meat We Trust”.

CattleFax Market Update

Targeting the brand

Reflecting on the Past

Maureen Ogle, Historian

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