Now is the time to select replacement heifers and start them on a development plan that aligns with female management and breeding goals.
EPDs and genomic information advance bull selection
Art and Stacy Butler, Spring Cove Ranch, Bliss, ID, were recognized with the 2019 CAB Seedstock Commitment to Excellence Award this week in Asheville, North Carolina.
The main objective in developing replacement heifers is to have them reach puberty well before the first breeding season.
A basic understanding of genetics will help us understand why some traits are more heritable than others. The basis for heritability has to do with a phrase you have probably heard before – “nature verses nurture.”
Next generation technology enables Angus breeders to affordably predict genetic merit
Science, or rather advancements in science, allow for new or revised tools to aid in selection and management of beef cattle.
The Red Angus Association of America is excited to announce the release of Zoetis۪ HD50K/i50K Version 2 genomic test along with the release of the Fall 2017 EPDs.