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January 2016
When Anaplasmosis Strikes
Early detection, treatment is key to animal survival.

Angus Names Allen Moczygemba CEO
Texas native to lead the nation’s largest beef breed organization.

Association Posts Banner Year
American Angus Association year-end figures show strong growth for the breed.

Association Elects New Officers, Directors
The American Angus Association elects breed leaders to serve membership.

Future Angus Stockman Rewards
New program awards scholarship to commercial cattleman Joel Osborn.

Foundation Celebrates 35th Anniversary
For more than three decades, the Angus Foundation has fostered investments toward the future of the Angus breed.

Notable Contributors
The American Angus Association recognized herd longevity, contribution to the breed at national convention.

Angus genetics will grow in ability to thrive in every environment.

Healthy Bulls & Females
Maintaining a healthy breeding herd requires attention to genetics, nutrition and temperament, as well as immunization and treatment protocols.

Start Them Off Right
Veterinarian Kevin Hill shares tips for animal health.

Always Getting Better
Beef Quality Assurance workshop gives cattlemen education for improvement.

A Living, Growing Cattle Shelter
Tree stands provide shelter for cattle during the winter and appreciate over time.

Create Front-end Momentum
Veterinarian offers advice to develop successful replacement heifers.

Adding Value to Your Commercial Herds
Partnerships between seedstock and commercial producers add value for all.

Beef Up Stocker Management
Stocker cattle management should concentrate on cattle health.

A Taste for Quality
Angus Foundation-funded research uncovers positive palatability ratings for branded beef.

Relevant and Getting Better
CAB posts ninth straight record sales year.

From Straw to Shade
Preparation helps mitigate large temperature swings for cattle comfort.

Quest for the Best Steer
Beef cattle specialist gives tips to reach the ideal steer target.

Manage to Maximize Grading, Pricing
A heavier carcass does not always mean more profit.

High-value Beef May be Best U.S. Niche
U.S. beef producers may find the best future bang for their buck is to concentrate on producing high-value, top-quality meat for home and abroad.

Risk Management Plan Protects Beef Prices
Beef economist outlines ways and means of managing risk through protection programs.

Omnibus Legislation Affects Cattlemen
Federal appropriations bill passes; holds key provisions for cattle producers.

Getting Consumers on the Beef Bandwagon
Local education efforts help bridge the gap.

Cattle Industry Convention Sets Sail
Cattlemen to convene in San Diego for Cattle Industry Convention.

Teichert’s Straight Talk
As the ag industry prepares for a leveling-out on record-high calf prices, longtime ranch manager Burke Teichert shares his playbook for sustainable ranching.

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