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Friday, February 13,2015

Genomic-enhanced data to help in herd-building

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As the industry begins to rebuild its herds following years of drought, genomically-enhanced EPDs can help cattlemen make more informed decisions, whether they have purebred or crossbred herds, said Dr. Joe Paschal, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Livestock Specialist at Corpus Christi.

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Friday, February 13,2015

Arizona National Livestock Show 2015 scholarship deadline approaching

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The Arizona National Livestock Show is investing in the future of agriculture and awarding over $40,000 annually in scholarships to students who have participated in the livestock show or horse show. The Scholarship Program has awarded over $800,000..

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Friday, February 13,2015

Preparing the ranch for healthy calves is vital

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“Doing everything we can to ensure the birth of a live, healthy calf is our responsibility as cattlemen, and it has a great impact on the business aspect of our operations,” says Carl Dahlen, North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension Service Beef Cattle Specialist.

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Friday, February 13,2015

Crunching genomes for animal health

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FAO has chosen the SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics as a designated reference center to expand its access to state-of the-art technology in combating dangerous viral infections, including avian influenza and foot-and-mouth disease in farm animals and wildlife.

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Friday, February 13,2015

Keynote on breakthrough opportunities inspires

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Keynote speaker Erik Wahl encouraged cattlemen to “break outside of business as usual” to create new opportunities and become stronger through failure at the opening general session of the 2015 Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show. The opening general session was sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmetica, Inc.

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Friday, February 13,2015

Two days of producer education headlines convention

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The Cattle Industry Convention kicked off with two days of producer education at the Zoetis Animal Healthsponsored Cattlemen’s College. The college has become widely known as one of the most thorough, in-depth educational events offered to cattlemen and women in the country.

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Friday, February 13,2015

CattleFax predicts strong prices to remain in 2015

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Analysts told the capacity crowd to expect fed cattle prices averaging in the mid-$150s, slightly higher than last year. Prices will trade in a range from near $140 at the lows to near $170 at the highs in the year ahead. While early year highs for 550-pound steers will range from near $285 to lows near $235.

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Friday, February 13,2015

Advancing private land stewardship

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The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Texas A&M University’s Institute Renewable Natural Resources (IRNR), and the East Foundation signed a memorandum of understanding that formed the Center for Private Land Stewardship (CPLS). The signing took place Tuesday, Feb.

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Friday, February 13,2015

South Dakota ranch honored for commitment to environmental stewardship

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Rock Hills Ranch and the Lyle and Garnet Perman Family of Lowry, SD, were named national winners of the Environmental Stewardship Award for 2014. The award recognizes ranchers for their dedication to exceptional land management practices which serve to improve soil, air and water quality for all.

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Friday, February 13,2015

Renewed focus on young beef leaders

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The initiative was announced following an NC- BA YBL Roundtable Feb. 5 during the 2015 Cattle Industry Convention in San Antonio, TX.

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