Hands-on experience is arguably the most valuable way to learn, just ask the four young people who all interned this summer with the Talon Int…
“It has been a love for the business and a love for Angus cows.”
It’s not every day that an Angus bull sells for $900,000, but Danny Poss was not surprised.
The next time you head south of Watertown on Interstate 29, be sure to watch for the Dahl Angus sign around mile marker 157. The sign has been…
Dec. 1 will be an emotional day for Hugh Ingalls. The 90-year-old rancher from Faith, South Dakota, will be selling off his cow herd, saying goodbye to more than 500 of his Angus females and marking the end of an era for what’s known as South Dakota’s oldest Angus herd.
Angus Genetics Inc. recently released two foot-score research studies on expected progeny differences, the first of their kind in the United States for beef cattle. The American Angus Association has been collecting foot scores since 2015, and now has about 12,000 data points. Members have reported scores for claw set and foot angle. The scores are based on a scale from one to nine, with five being ideal for both traits.
A young Montana farmer was awarded the Future Angus Stockman program scholarship, which gives a $1,000 scholarship annually. The event was hosted as part of the 2016 Angus Convention in Indianapolis, to help encourage the next generation of commercial cattle producers.
The Angus Foundation recently auctioned the original artwork “Concerned Mothers” by nationally renowned Western artist Brian Asher of Snyder, Texas. The final bid of $12,000 went to Whitestone Farm of Aldie, Virginia. The funds will benefit the Angus Foundation’s education, youth and research initiatives.
FORT RICE, N.D. -- Aaron and Sheyna Strommen held their inaugural female sale on Nov. 18, where they put up over 100 head for sale at Kist Livestock in Mandan, N.D.