CAB Producer Communications interns named

CAB Producer Communications interns named

CAB Producer Communications interns named   by Kylee Kohls and Chelsea Dinterman Learning doesn’t stop because school’s out for summer. You can only learn so much in a classroom, but in a pasture, feedyard, meats lab or chef’s kitchen—that’s a whole new story. The...
The impossible dream

The impossible dream

The impossible dream Computer modeling considers a world with flat demand for CAB   by Steve Suther Imagine an alternate American history line over the past 16 years, with just an incidental supply of “Angus” beef. There’s a Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand but it...
CAB Producer Communications team hires two

CAB Producer Communications team hires two

CAB Producer Communications team hires two By Miranda Reiman High-quality beef doesn’t happen by accident, but rather by careful planning and making informed decisions. In a continued effort to arm cattlemen with the production and economic news they need to make...
In the long run

In the long run

In the long run Study shows extended-release dewormer can lead to lower feedlot morbidity and improved carcass quality   by Katrina Huffstutler ’Tis the season to think about parasites robbing your beef cow herd. The weather is finally warmer, the bugs and other...
Quality pays, but what does it cost

Quality pays, but what does it cost

Quality pays, but what does it cost? Research shows performance not sacrificed for premiums By Katrina Huffstutler There’s no doubt, cattle that earn the Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand or Prime grade also earn premiums. In 2017 alone, packers in a biannual survey...