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The Angus Report, Oct. 16, 2017

October 16, 2017: Top News

Consumer demands and international markets are requesting, and in some cases, requiring, traceable beef. Join us as we dive into what producers need to do to enter those markets. We also talk with Certified Angus Beef President John Stika to see how CAB broke sale records for the 11th year in a row. Then, we honor one of our Angus family members as he will be inducted into the Saddle and Sirloin club later this year. Visit angus.org for more information.

October 16, 2017: CattleFax

Trading the Best

October 16, 2017: Around the Angus World

Tiffany Brothers

The Angus Report, Oct. 9, 2017

October 9, 2017: Top News

Are you planning to ship cattle out of state or across the country this fall? We've got some tips for you to improve cattle health and performance. Then we look into whether you cull cows now or hold them until the spring market. Also, candidates and delegates have been selected for this year's annual convention of delegates. Visit angus.org for additional information.

October 9, 2017: CattleFax

Angus calves hold value

October 9, 2017: Around, CAB Annual Conference

Jim Collins

The Angus Report, Oct. 2, 2017

October 2, 2017: Top News

Coming up on The Angus Report: Livestock organizations petition the Department of Transportation to receive an exemption for mandatory logging devices for truckers. We also talk to a Tyson packer to see what producers need to do in order to access the Chinese beef market. We also talk to a nutritionist on what your fall nutrition plan may look like. That and more on The Angus Report.

October 2, 2017: CattleFax

Cattle the Feeders Want

October 2, 2017: Around: Priefert Grand Prize

Curtis "Doc" Long

The Angus Report, Sept. 25, 2017

September 25, 2017: Top News

Coming up on The Angus Report: We bring you stories from Texas after Hurricane Harvey swept the south. We then look into how you can begin to better connect with cattle feeders to expand your market for your cattle. That and more on The Angus Report.

September 25, 2017: CattleFax

Beefing up beef’s flavor

September 25, 2017: Standing Together

Big Dry Ranch

The Angus Report, Sept. 18, 2017

September 18, 2017: Top News

Coming up on The Angus Report, we look into health issues producers need to be aware of during hurricane events such as Harvey and Irma. We also talk market trends with AgResource president Dan Basse. DowDupont has officially merged and is now trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Also, what are the most important times of the year to stress heifer nutrition? That and more on The Angus Report.

September 18, 2017: CattleFax

The lobster tail of meats

September 18, 2017: Around the Angus World

Billingsley Angus Farm, Keithville, La.

The Angus Report, Sept. 11, 2017

September 11, 2017, Top News

Coming up on The Angus Report, how growth promotants can be used in your operation. Oklahoma State University tells us what consumers are actually spending their money on. How traceability and tissue samples can help gain consumer trust. What's on your calves' resume this fall and we thank all of our veterans and those who actively serve to protect us here at home and abroad.

September 11, 2017, CattleFax

Marbling is still No. 1

September 11, 2017, Around the Angus World, Angus Source

Mike Thornton, Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient

The Angus Report, Sept. 4, 2017

Top News

Coming up on The Angus Report: Angus regional manager, Kurt Kangas gives an update on the Montana wildfires. We continue our coverage of the drought and have information on the donations producers need in those drought stricken areas. NAFTA negotiations have started, but how will that impact the U.S. beef market? Also, research is being conducted on cattle's ability to adapt to different regions of the U.S. and with dry pasture, we've got a few tips on how to manage cattle nutrition and mineral consumption.

CattleFax

Heifers: raising vs. buying

Around the Angus World, Talon Internship

Fred Frey

The Angus Report, August 28, 2017

Top News

Coming up on The Angus Report: The Longshore Labor Union signed a contract extension secure until 2022. New technology allows for better BRD detection and treatment. We talk hay quality in the northeast and how Angus Auctions can be used in your ranches' marketing plan.

CattleFax

Credence Attributes matter

Around the Angus World, Cattle Feeders Hall of Fame

Bill and Marilynn Paulsen

The Angus Report, August 21, 2017

Top News

The Angus Report delves into BRD prevention and treatment, Japan's tariff on U.S. beef, how proper cattle handling can increase your bottom line and the World Livestock Auctioneer Champion joins us in studio. That and more is coming up on The Angus Report.

CattleFax

Profitability and pride

Around the Angus World, LEAD

Charles Backus

The Angus Report, August 14, 2017

Top News

The Angus Report dives into the uses of selection indexes in your herd, how increases in chilled beef exports are helping beef demand, and how ABC news settled the lawsuit with BPI after Lean Finely Textured Beef was targeted in the news.

August 14, 2017: CattleFax

Sizing up the ideal calf

Contingency Plan

Around, Angus Convention Giveaway

I Am Angus: Jan. 2, 2017

Angus in the West

A tradition for more than 110 years, the National Western Stock Show is a highly anticipated time of year for livestock enthusiasts. In this "I Am Angus," we explore the history and heritage of the National Western. Visit angus.org to view more segments.

Basin Angus Ranch

Dan Green

Walt Browarny, National Western Stock Show

John Matsushima

I Am Angus: Together - PLAYLIST

What It Means

Each of the cattlemen and women who choose to raise Angus as a path to quality beef does so in their own way. "I Am Angus" shares the stories at the heart of the cattle business: it's people and those committed to the ranching way of life. Visit angus.org for more segments from this episode.

Love at First Fright - Steve Mowry

Jim Collins

The Joyful Part - Jose Miranda

Thomas-Criswell Angus

I Am Angus: Nov. 24, 2016

Introduction

Farmers and ranchers are responsible for not only growing food, but also growing opportunity for others who want to chase this American dream. The Thanksgiving "I Am Angus" episode, sponsored by Merck Animal Health, shares stories of mentorship and growth.

Steve Stratford, Stratford Angus

Ranching Matters

Charles "Bud" Smith, Smithland Angus

Jim Wylie, Lazy Lane Farms

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