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The 7P Mature Cowherd Dispersal was held May 24, 2014 at the ranch in Tyler, Texas.

TIM Baulch runs an efficient cattle feedlot and breeding operation close Col­eraine, in Victoria’s Western District.

The fifth annual Seedstock Plus Tennessee Bull Sale was a successful event with the commitment to commercial producers being rewarded.

The American Brahman Breeders Association (ABBA) offered educational and networking opportunities at their Four State F1 Field Day held at the Joplin Regional Stockyards on Saturday, May 10, 2014.

The American Brahman Breeders Association (ABBA) sponsored Spring Select Sale featured fifty-eight lots of elite Registered Brahmans that grossed $264,250 and averaged $4,556 per head.

Fire ants are more than aptly named, given the reddish-orange color of their bodies and the painful, burning sting they can give.

A CHANGE in marketing direction is proving a successful formula for Roma district cattle producers Craig and Carolyn Coomber.

GETTING square in the beef industry has been every about the breed for South Burnett cattle producers Gary and Heather Sewell.

Chatham, VA-- One event in Pittsylvania County this weekend drew hundreds of people to the area and had hotels sold out.

Pittsylvania Co., VA -- Folks from every over Virginia are in Chatham this weekend for the Virginia Angus Breeder Show. Farmers compete for the title of Grand Champion and Supreme Champion.

JLS International hosted their annual Winning Tradition XII Sale May 3, 2014, at the ranch in Devine, Texas.

In some ways, my cowherd is average. In other ways it is over and in still others, below. Those things are true of each cow in my herd, too. That's every part of what “average” means.

I find the prospect of reincarnation intriguing and have given lots of thought as to what I may have been in the past, and what I want to spend my next life as.

Town Creek Farm owner, Milton O. Sundbeck, announced he has named Joy Reznicek as the farm's president, effective June 1, 2014.

Many of the great cattle auctioneers and ring men of yesteryear were “fully figured" men. Most of the road agents today seem to be in better shape but a lot of the men I traveled with were well marbled big men with booming voices and little chance of ever becoming thoroughbred jockeys.

A bolt of lightning killed 45 head of cattle on a ranch close Darby.

Buyers from 10 states purchased 92 lots in Debter's Genetic Value Female Sale on May 24, 2014, Horton, Ala.

The state government says it is planning legislation to extend the ban on genetically modified farming when it expires later this year. But Tasmania's powerful poppy industry, the world's largest... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

The Rio Grande Valley Brahman and F-1 and the South Texas Brahman Associations recently combined their efforts on May 3rd and had a combined field day at La Muneca Ranch.

Returns beyond cash costs per cow are estimated to be at unprecedented levels this year, nearly $350 (basis Southern Plains), according to data from the Livestock marketing Information middle (LMIC). That's more than double the previous high in 2004.

By Jane Wardell POWRANNA Australia (Reuters) - Thousands of Black Angus bulls snort steam gently into the frigid early morning air at Tasmania's largest cattle feedlot as they jostle for space at a long grain trough. The pitch black cattle, blending into their muddy surroundings and stretching as far as the eye can look, are being fattened up for the Japanese market where marbled Angus beef is in ...

Cattlemen commonly talk about their genetics. Many producers invest big amounts of time, energy and money in the selection of animals that have the right genetics to meet their production goals.

We have every enjoyed a good western. Who hasn't spent the day watching the John Wayne movie marathons or even more recently, Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones in Lonesome Dove, battling the elements and the Indians to acquire more rangeland for their herds? The history of the American rancher moving west has been chronicled time and time again through movies, books and television. In those accounts, every the action was out west, and the cowboys usually came out on top. But, the modern day version of that story is very different, as demonstrated at a recent media day event hosted by the Seminole Tribe of Florida on their Brighton reservation.

SMALL but nice was the best way to describe the monthly Yea store sale last Friday, with 929 head penned.

This Friday, Calgarians will be expressing their Stampede spirit in a unique way while making a difference for families in need at the second annual Angus Cattle Run, a 5k family event and fun run in support ...

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