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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

The Angus Report, Dec. 4, 2017

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A reflection of 2017 cattle markets and glimpse at 2018 markets from CattleFax’s Randy Blach, the aftereffects of U.S. withdrawal from TPP, the importance of low stress cattle handling, benefits of calm cattle and all about the groundbreaking Angus GS genomic profile. Plus, we visit with Fred Frey, livelong Angus rancher in Pennsylvania. And an interview with the newly crowned Miss American Angus, Kallie Knott.

CattleFax Market Report

China's growing appetite for quality beef

2018 Miss American Angus

Fred Frey

The Angus Report, Nov. 27, 2017

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This week’s Angus Report: We visit with Minnie Lou Bradley about her success as a cattlewoman, share a comprehensive plan to help producers manage females for the long term and give an update on NAFTA negotiations. Plus, we visit with Tom Burke after his induction into the Saddle & Sirloin Portrait Gallery. Then, we pay tribute to recently retired long-time Association CFO, Rich Wilson. All this and more on this week’s Angus Report.

CattleFax Market Update

What not to risk

Tribute to Rich Wilson

I Am Angus - Minnie Lou Bradley, Bradley 3 Ranch - RFD-TV

The Angus Report, Nov. 20, 2017

National Angus Tour

2017 Angus Convention was an overwhelming success. Watch highlights from the three-day event in Forth Worth, Texas. To kick off Convention, more than 400 folks packed in seven buses and headed across Texas for the 2017 National Angus Tour. Stops included Hoofstock Genetics and Wilks Ranch.

Future of the Industry

Certified Angus Beef Advocates

Grand Prize Giveaway Concludes Convention

The Angus Report, Oct. 30, 2017

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In the news: what documenting feeder calf genetics can add to your marketing program, an update on Florida cattlemen who are still recovering from the devastating effects of Hurricane Irma, the death tax might be on the chopping block and a visit with Green Bay Packer's star wide receiver, Jordy Nelson, on his family's Angus ranch.

CattleFax Market Update

Angus in the Circle

Stage Fright

Jordy Nelson

The Angus Report, Oct. 23, 2017

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On this week's Angus Report: Traceable beef demand continues to increase. International markets helped spur Certified Angus Beef's record-breaking success. And why the Angus Foundation plays such a critical role in the future of Angus youth. Visit for more cattle information, news and headlines.


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