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Although there may not be a big red and white striped tent, a ringmaster wearing a top hat or any elephants, rest assured because there will b…

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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.

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2020 marks a century of the Sawyer family’s membership in the American Angus Association, and Arlen (posthumously) and Becky Sawyer of A&B…

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Mark McCully, Vice President of Production, Certified Angus Beef LLC, explains the cost difference between $1.20 cattle and $25 tenderloins. T…

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.

The 10 producers who registered the most Angus beef cattle in Wisconsin recorded 1,580 Angus with the American Angus Association during fiscal-year 2017, which ended Sept. 30, according to Allen Moczygemba, association chief executive officer.

For years, Angus producers from across the country have kept herd records using the pocket-sized Beef Record Services/AngusSource black books.…

The National Junior Angus Show will celebrate a major milestone in 2018, as it hosts the 50th National Junior Angus Show in Madison, Wisconsin…

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McALESTER, Okla. — When a beef cattle specialist for Certified Angus Beef talks to producers, they might expect to hear all about marbling. But Paul Dykstra told those at an Oklahoma Angus Association field day in McAlester, “It’s all about balance.”

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Keegan Cassady of Bloomington, Illinois, impressed judges with her genuine passion for the Angus breed; she has been crowned Miss American Angus.

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.

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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.

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Each year the Certified Angus Beef Colvin Fund gives away thousands in scholarship dollars to students looking to make a difference in the beef community. Undergraduates can win $6,000, $5,000, $4,000, $3,000 and $2,000; a graduate student can win $6,000.

Angus producers knew they could create a brand of beef that would sell millions of pounds in a year. But more than a billion? Let’s not get carried away, the organizers would have said. Yet upon reflection, some might have wondered.

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