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September 2014
Occupational Hazard
Check and protect your skin from the sun.

Meet the New RMs
Five regional managers join the ranks at the American Angus Association.

Reserve Your Spot at the Convention
$25 registration fee grants access to three days of education, entertainment and social events at the Angus Means Business National Convention & Trade Show.

Filling the Forage Gap
Consider late-summer planting of turnips for quick, quality forage.

From ‘Happy Accidents’ to Intentional Beef Quality
Higher-producing cattle require a more specialized approach to feeding.

Beef Market Wants More Prime
Industry reacts to changes in genetics, management, marketing.

Chewing the fat over an ideal end point
If you give most cattle more time and feed, they will pay you back in profit, especially when the replacements for those cattle will cost more than the last turn.

Trust in the Source
Enroll Angus-sired calves in AngusSource, a USDA process-verified program.

Common Ground
There is similarity in succession and grazing-management plans.

Thorpe Honored for Beef Industry Achievements
There is no man more associated with the words “cattle market” than Topper Thorpe, who left his mark on the industry during a 32-year tenure with CattleFax.

Registration opens for Feeding Quality Forum
You listen to the markets on the radio, pick up a paper to read about the latest consumer scare or watch an employee hand in his two-week notice. What does it all mean for your operation?



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