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Test bulls prior to breeding season
Which STD Test Is Right for Your Herd?

The long-term effects of spreading trichomoniasis, commonly referred to as trich, in your cattle herd can be much more devastating than simply having a number of cows open at the end of the breeding season.

5 months ago
Voting on Facebook will end April 15.
It’s Time to Vote In the ‘Show Us Your Bulls’ Photo Contest!

Voting on Facebook is now open! It will close Wednesday, April 15, 2020, at midnight.

7 months ago
Angus VNR: Building the Best

A business-first approach lets everything else fall into place when families want to make their living on the land. Raising beef cattle as a business, Noble Ranch crunches numbers to keep control of its destiny.

8 months ago
Breeding season is just weeks away
Glenn Selk: Schedule Breeding Soundness Exams Soon

Spring calving cow herd operations should schedule pre-breeding soundness exams for bulls. Evaluations should be conducted 30 to 60 days before the start of breeding.

8 months ago
Enter the Drovers ‘Show Us Your Bulls’ Photo Contest

Are you a livestock photography enthusiast? Submit your best bull pictures in our contest!

9 months ago
Gardiner Angus Ranch 15th Fall Bull Sale

Gardiner Angus Ranch’s 15th annual fall bull sale held Sept. 30, 2019, at the ranch near Ashland, Kan., saw 515 lots sell for an average of $3,664 for a sale gross total of $3,041,150. 

1 year ago
Modern Reality of Crossbreeding

What is crossbreeding’s place or role in the beef industry? What will it look like over the next several decades? I

1 year ago
Hoover Dam, bred by Hoover Angus.
What Makes A Bull Worth $ Millions?

An Angus bull sold for a record $1.51 million earlier this year. His new owners might be giddy if his ROI matches that of recently deceased Hoover Dam, a bull that has sold 233,000 units of semen.

1 year ago