Our mission is to provide programs, services, technology and leadership to enhance the genetics of the Angus breed, broaden its influence within the beef industry, and expand the market for superior tasting, high-quality Angus beef worldwide.
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The Angus breed is home to the industry’s largest beef cattle performance database, fueling genetic progress through each generation. Breeders rely on the comprehensive set of data to continue growing the nation’s quality beef supply.
Angus Media provides unrivaled marketing opportunities for cattle producers with Association programs that allow breeders to set their calves apart from the crowd.
Registered-Angus cattle continue to set the industry pace for quality genetics. Demand remains strong year after year, as reflected by strong sales trends and an increase in Angus cattle on the market.
The American Angus Association and its members are proud to offer comprehensive programs and services aimed at improving productivity and profitability in the commercial sector of the cattle industry.
Stay up-to-date on the latest headlines in the American Angus Association’s Newsroom, where you can read articles, watch videos and learn more about the organization’s programs and services.
Continued education is central to driving progress within the beef cattle industry. Through Association events, connect with fellow breeders and discover applications that make a real difference on the farm or ranch.
The American Angus Association store features both high quality, yet attractively affordable apparel and home décor. Items were personally curated to fit the aesthetic of any hardworking, yet stylish ranch lifestyle. Proceeds directly benefit the Angus Foundation and its mission of youth, education, and research.
As the nation’s largest beef breed organization, the American Angus Association serves more than 25,000 members across the United States and Canada.
The American Angus Association sponsored Roll of Victory program gives attention to the individual show-winning animals themselves (rather than entirely to their sires and dams) with continued recognition to the sires of major award winners. The system also places attention to the winners and sires and dams
of winners on an annual, current year basis, rather than on accumulation of points over many years. The ROV show season runs from June 1 through May 31.
Points are calculated from Super Point and Recognized ROV shows across the United States. Angus breeders do not have to sign up to participate in the program, as animal’s points will be calculated automatically.
More information about the Roll of Victory Program can be found here:
Across the United States, many shows qualify and receive premiums from the American Angus
Association. Shows must follow these classifications and the American Angus Association premium participation statement
to receive funds. Junior shows that exhibit more than 15 head of registered Angus cattle and Open shows that exhibit
more than 50 head of registered Angus cattle qualify for premiums. To learn more about receiving premiums for your show,
contact the Events and Education Department at 816/383-5100. Classifications can be found here, based off the date of the show.
The Angus Journal provides a schedule of Angus events for breeders to mark their calendars for upcoming shows and events.
All Angus breeders and enthusiasts are encouraged to submit a show, event, or meeting to the calendar. Websites are also
included so you can find out more information about entry deadlines and judges. Additional information about
Angus Association sponsored shows can be found here:
For more information about upcoming shows, please contact the Events and Education Department at 816/383-5100.
The National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) sponsors regional and national shows for junior members 21 years of
age and younger. A list of shows, conferences, and rules can be found by visiting the NJAA website at