Imagine a world where you could breed cattle that never get sick.
Showing a little of the humanity in ranch life—what may sound simple was a significant role for cattlemen at the 2019 Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand’s annual conference in Asheville, N.C., in September.
Using implants correctly says Robbi Pritchard, longtime South Dakota State University ruminant nutritionist, “you can have all of the performance and all of the final product value you want.”
CAB growth credited to “an entire community of Angus farmers, ranchers and feeders being extremely intentional over several years in the way they breed, raise and care for their cattle with a focus on quality.”
Tom Jones and his Hy-Plains Feedyard team keep feeding, learning and showing the way to better.
The cattle industry needs to make some bold, creative changes to ensure its viability, according to speakers at the Feeding Quality Forum held in Amarillo, Texas.
For his leadership to the beef industry and dedication to raising quality cattle, Jerry Bohn will receive the 2019 Feeding Quality Forum (FQF) Industry Achievement Award later this month.