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The Angus Report: National Junior Angus Show 2017

Owned Angus Heifers

Watch as champions are selected during the Owned Heifer competition at the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) in Des Moines, Iowa. Visit for complete show results.

Angus Genetic Evaluation, Common Questions

Angus Bulls

New & Improved Genetic Evaluation

Opening Ceremonies

The Angus Report, July 10, 2017

Top News

In the news: expanding horizons through genomic technology, act now on fall marketing plans, Rick Cozzitorto joins Angus Productions Inc. (API) as the new president, a look a stayability in herd females, and the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) takes place in Des Moines, Iowa, this week.

CattleFax Market Update

Prime is possible and profitable

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The Angus Report, July 3, 2017

Angus Moves to Single Step July 7

Dr. Stephen Miller, Angus Genetics Inc. (AGI) director of genetic research, explains the breed's new and improved genetic evaluation, which includes single-step methodology, that's released Friday, July 7.

New & Improved Genetic Evaluation

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CattleFax Market Update

Hadrick uses tools to improve quality

The Angus Report, June 19, 2017

Top News

In the news: cattle market trends with CattleFax Senior Analyst Kevin Good, a report from the 2017 BIF Conference, U.S. meat exports on the rise, telling your ag story and much more.

CattleFax Market Update

Reinvesting in customers’ calves

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Adam Jahiel

The Angus Report, June 12, 2017

Recovery Efforts Continue into Summer

Volunteer Coordinator Kim Hazen, Ashland, Kan., reports on rebuilding efforts that continue as rural residents recover from the devastating March 6 wildfires.

Gardiner Angus Ranch Recounts Wildfire

Overcoming Tragedy at the Giles Ranch

When Disaster Strikes, Ag Responds

The Angus Report, June 5, 2017

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In the news: a look at sustainability with K-State's Dan Thomson, a report on spring Angus bull sales, new research identifies long-term impact of wolf attacks on the cow herd, connecting with consumers to protect ranching heritage, and Association members are reminded to nominate Annual Convention delegates by June 9.

CattleFax Market Update

Jump-start your dream

Around the Angus World

The Angus Report, May 29, 2017

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In the news: China opens its doors to U.S. beef imports, states encouraged to weigh in on the WOTUS rule, a look at antibiotic use in human and animal health, how grazing cattle prevents wildfire, research funded by the Angus Foundation, and much more.

CattleFax Market Update

Profitability needed for sustainability

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The Angus Report, May 22, 2017

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In the news: science shows why meat, butter and cheese can be part of a healthy diet; the first shipment of U.S. beef enters Brazil; managing pastures this spring season; USDA survey investigates antimicrobial use in feedlots; and how you can attend a stockmanship and stewardship event this summer.

CattleFax Market Update

Going, going gone Natural

Around the Angus World

Chef Govind Armstrong

The Angus Report, May 15, 2017

Top News

In the news: putting the best beef forward to meet consumer demands, welcoming the 31st U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue, Cargill sells its last remaining feed yards, and Certified Angus Beef LLC (CAB) Meat Scientist Phil Bass discusses adding value through new beef cuts.

CattleFax Market Update

Better calves? Market that.

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Jackie Moore, Joplin Regional Stockyards

The Angus Report, May 8, 2017

Top News

In the news: a look at 25 years of the National Beef Quality Audit, the American Angus Association will soon release single-step methodology in its performance evaluation, how a focus on forage quality boosts profitability, National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) members and families gear up for the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), and the 2017 Census of Agriculture takes place this fall.

CattleFax Market Update

Investing, trusting technology

Around the Angus World

Charles "Bud" Smith, Smithland Angus

I Am Angus: Jan. 2, 2017

Angus in the West

A tradition for more than 110 years, the National Western Stock Show is a highly anticipated time of year for livestock enthusiasts. In this "I Am Angus," we explore the history and heritage of the National Western. Visit to view more segments.

Basin Angus Ranch

Dan Green

Walt Browarny, National Western Stock Show

John Matsushima

I Am Angus: Dec. 26, 2016


Each of the cattlemen and women who choose to raise Angus as a path to quality beef does so in their own way. "I Am Angus" shares the stories at the heart of the cattle business: it's people and those committed to the ranching way of life. Visit for more segments from this episode.

Steve Mowry, Ma & Pa Angus

Jim Collins

Jose Miranda, Tybar Ranch

Thomas-Criswell Angus

I Am Angus: Nov. 24, 2016


Farmers and ranchers are responsible for not only growing food, but also growing opportunity for others who want to chase this American dream. The Thanksgiving "I Am Angus" episode, sponsored by Merck Animal Health, shares stories of mentorship and growth.

Steve Stratford, Stratford Angus

Shawn & Jen Christensen, Springvale Ranch

Charles "Bud" Smith, Smithland Angus

Jim Wylie, Lazy Lane Farms

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