October 17, 2017

Selecting for phenotype in cattle is analogous to performing dentistry work for the general public. We all brush our teeth, (well most of us) we have a general idea of what our teeth look like and what we should be eating or not eating to avoid cavities. Beyond that, t...

August 29, 2017

There you are, junior year of college, Beef Production 301.  The professor is drawing big circles on the board.  He’s outlining mating systems and discussing the intricacies of each.  He talks about three-way cross terminal systems, composite breeding programs and two...

August 3, 2017

On everyone's mind and some cattleman's tongues is the new testing set forth by the American Angus Association.  There were definitely some big changes for some animals while others stayed relatively the same.  What's going on here? To understand what changed, it would...

July 31, 2017

Common sense tells me my first blog post should be about why I'm taking time to write about cattle online. In short, I have a strong passion for the cattle industry. The longer version begins at childhood... I grew up on my families cow/calf ranch in Wyoming. My father...

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