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CT: May 01, 2006 14:42:00 CST
2006 NATIONAL JUNIOR ANGUS SHOW SET
Plans are being finalized for the 2006 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 9-15 in Indianapolis, Ind.
CT: May 02, 2006 14:28:40 CST
AMERICAN SIMMENTAL ASSOCIATION RELEASES SPRING SIRE SUMMARY
The American Simmental Association (ASA) has released its Spring 2006 Sire Summary.
CT: May 03, 2006 15:23:26 CST
PRODUCERS IMPACTED BY TEXAS PANHANDLE FIRES
In the wake of a rash of wildfires in the northeastern panhandle of Texas, producers have band together to save their communities and the main industry in the area — live cattle production.
CT: May 04, 2006 15:34:08 CST
ANGUS TIMELY TOPICS -- SUPPORTING OUR BEST CUSTOMER
American Angus Association business continues to be brisk, with registration, transfer and data-processing activity running well ahead of the same period last year. Despite drought, fires and other disturbances of nature, interest in Angus seedstock is at an all-time high.
CT: May 05, 2006 15:13:03 CST
OKLAHOMA TO HOST NATIONAL JUNIOR LIMOUSIN SHOW IN LAWTON
The Oklahoma Limousin Breeders Association (OLBA) will host the National Junior Limousin Show and Congress (NJLSC) at the Comanche County Fairgrounds and Best Western Hotel and Convention Center in Lawton, Okla., July 8-14.
CT: May 08, 2006 13:33:14 CST
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- GO AHEAD, SAY IT: MANDATORY
Apparently USDA is going to make good on a promise made by one of the agency's officials six years ago.
CT: May 10, 2006 13:35:06 CST
ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION: ONE OF THE INDUSTRY'S MOST UNDER UTILIZED TOOLS
One of the most effective genetic improvement tools available today is largely underutilized by the beef industry - artificial insemination (AI).
CT: May 11, 2006 12:52:31 CST
THE PROS AND CONS OF YOUTH COMPETITIONS
From showing heifers and steers to playing basketball and running for a 4-H or FFA office, country kids and their families are thick in the middle of competition. So how does a family keep a healthy perspective about it and what are youth competitions really about, anyway?
CT: May 15, 2006 13:07:10 CST
IT'S THE PITTS -- AUCTION BLOOPERS
America loves a good wreck. After hanging around auctions for 35 years I must admit that I've seen my share.
CT: May 16, 2006 13:47:16 CST
PRICES CAUSE PROBLEMS FOR PRODUCERS
High oil prices don't just impact your bank account at the fuel pump. Commercial nitrogen fertilizer production is heavily dependent upon fossil fuels.
CT: May 18, 2006 10:41:10 CST
16TH NATIONAL RED ANGUS JUNIOR ROUND-UP TO BE HELD IN MINNESOTA
The National Junior Red Angus Association of America (JRA) will host the 16th annual Junior Round-Up June 27 through July 2, 2006, in Minnesota.
CT: May 19, 2006 14:46:29 CST
BLACK INK -- DON'T FENCE ME IN
April showers kick-start the grazing season for much of North America. It's a great time to think about fencing and fences, both literal and metaphorical.
CT: May 23, 2006 13:29:23 CST
THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HOOTER MCCORMICK -- MISTAKEN...AGAIN
Hooter had to admit that Aunt Pinky's purchase of seedstock for a bucking bull program wasn't the worst idea she'd ever had.
CT: May 24, 2006 15:42:01 CST
NEW TECHNOLOGY MAKING IMPACT ON BEEF INDUSTRY
No one can dispute the fact that the rapid development of technology has touched everyone in the beef industry.
CT: May 26, 2006 15:03:01 CST
IT'S THE PITTS -- MAN-MADE DISASTERS
It's true, you know, what they say about one man being able to change the world.
CT: May 31, 2006 14:56:45 CST
BIF HONORS ARY WITH AMBASSADOR AWARD
The Beef Improvement Federation (BIF) named Cattle Today Editor, Belinda Hood Ary, recipient of its 2006 Ambassador Award during the organization's 38th annual meeting April 18-21 in Choctaw, Miss.
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