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Feeding Quality Forum 2018—all new in Sioux City, Iowa - This year, a single Forum will address topics for all segments of the cattle industry in Sioux City, Iowa, on August 28-29
Beef supply chain traceability could boost value - Talk about a national beef traceability system in the U.S. might seem like a broken record. It's been discussed often, but no efficient structure yet encompasses the entire supply chain.
Cost-free quality drives beef demand - Is marbling a free trait?
California rancher chairs CAB Board - When California rancher and Certified Angus Beef LLC (CAB) Board chairman David Dal Porto steps into a meeting room, he carries experience, a broad perspective on beef and pride in his own Angus herd.
Intuition ignites shared success - Cudlobe Angus 2018 Inaugural CAB Canadian Commitment to Excellence honoree
K-Stater interns with CAB - Sarah Moyer, Emporia, Kan., joined the Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand’s Producer Communications team as an intern this summer at the brand’s headquarters in Wooster, Ohio.
Big deal - Could beef carcass size, trending higher for decades, reach a plateau?
Can't get enough - It's a story that keeps surprising the beef community.
U.S. beef industry finds $1.1 billion - Billions more in 'lost opportunities' await
From average to elite - A Colorado rancher shares his 'financial breakthrough'
Around the round - Highly versatile, the beef round rises above the grinder.
Better test than guess on minerals for cow herd - Utah veterinary toxicologist reports finding deficiencies in herds across the country
Angus producers share with culinary students - Yon siblings discuss beef production and CAB
More CAB stimulates more demand - The long-term growth in premium beef production, market share and demand is starting to redefine overall beef demand and how it is measured.
CAB grids pay $75 million per year - 20 years of data show CAB premiums still doubling every seven years.
The beef business: surviving and thriving - Cattle industry professionals share tips and insight
Targeted strategies incentivized - Incentives for for strategic use of Targeting the Brand logo
CAB opts for USDA grading modernization - As of Monday, Dec. 18, all graded beef in the U.S. can be evaluated for the most youthful "A" maturity category based on dentition as well as traditional skeletal metrics when assigning quality grades
CAB offers $40,000 in Colvin Scholarships - Apply now to win one of seven collegiate scholarships from the Colvin Fund
From potential to profit - Angus Value Discovery Contest winners named
Excellence keeps tables full - Empty seats are greatest cost to a steakhouse
First class feeder cattle marketing - That concept and its evolution was presented at Angus University during the Angus Convention, Nov. 4-6 in Fort Worth, Texas.
Mother Nature, mother cows and marbling - No farmer or rancher is immune from the challenges of nature, but some cow herds are better at adapting than others.
On $1.20 cattle and $25 tenderloins - Cattle prices go up, beef prices go up; cattle prices go down, beef prices… stay where they are? What gives?
Brand the barn - CAB seeks paint worthy nominees for 40th anniversary