Year: 2016

Sustainable Angus Cattle Farming Tips

Blog | December 8th, 2016

With the rise of environment awareness, sustainable Angus cattle farming are becoming increasingly popular. In fact, farmers are finding it more lucrative than other methods. In fact, you can greatly reduce your costs by raising grass fed beef. Current research shows that raising grass fed beef cattle that is correctly pastured can yield a lot […]

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Effects of Seasonal Changes in Cattle Breeding

Blog | December 5th, 2016

The effects of seasonal changes in cattle breeding are tremendous and sometimes controversial. In fact, many ranchers spend a great deal of energy on deciphering the weather and markets for the season. Unfortunately, none of the worrying and contemplating helps the matter in the slightest. In fact, the situation is actually out of everyone’s control. […]

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What Makes Angus Beef Delicious?

Blog | November 27th, 2016

As of late, Angus beef has been gaining a lot of attention in the markets and media. So much so that many are asking “What Makes Angus Beef Delicious?” For the most part, many just go to the grocers and buy beef without thinking about the grade or type. In fact, very few know the […]

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Does Genes Matter in Cattle Breeding and Farming?

Blog | November 14th, 2016

There are numerous products that come from cattle, such as milk, meat, dairy, and leather, however, the quality of these are ultimately reflective of the quality of the breed of cattle. Anyone venturing into farming and cattle breeding as a business will quickly learn that good genes is paramount for successfully breeding, and that directly […]

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Breeding the Angus Cattle: Some Do’s and Don’ts to Keep in Mind

Blog | October 27th, 2016

Breeding Angus cattle entails a wide range of variables that includes producing offspring that are largely used for marketing beef. The underlying principle is about being successful in breeding cows to sell as beef or replacements. The process of breeding Angus cattle may sound simple, but there is a lot involved and a few do’s […]

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Cattle Raising: Knowing What Breed You Need… Is it for Beef or for Dairy?

Blog | October 14th, 2016

Regardless if you are a veteran or novice, there is more than one way to raise cattle. Quite frankly, there are many variables such as the breed, class and type along with how the cattle are raised. For example, dairy cows are raised differently than beef cows. Dairy cows require maximum management and care and […]

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Things You Need to Know before Starting a Cattle Farm Business

Blog | September 29th, 2016

Today, cattle farming is considered a profitable and enjoyable venture. For instance, there are numerous products that are derived from cattle such as meat, dairy, milk, leather and fuel from the manure. As well, raising cattle is considered a hobby for many entrepreneurs. But before starting a cattle farm business, there are certain considerations to […]

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Cattle Farming: Why Should You Choose the Angus Cattle Breed?

Blog | September 16th, 2016

When first starting in the business of cattle farming, it is difficult to select the breed of cattle to purchase since such a large number of breeds are available for your consideration. Think long and hard before investing your money in any breed of cattle to ensure that your efforts are profitable. To begin your […]

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Important Aspects That Cattle Farmers Should Consider in Cattle Farming

Blog | August 29th, 2016

Cattle farming is a challenging venture that can lead to profitable results when you learn the right skills to perform it in the proper manner. In Australia, beef production is a highly competitive business that has adopted new methods over the years to address the fact that consumers now desire their beef to be chemical-free […]

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Angus Cattle: Bulls and Cows’ Best Qualities

Blog | August 21st, 2016

In the United Kingdom, there are three distinct breeds of polled cattle; the Red Polled Norfolk and Suffolk breed that is found in England, the Galloway and the Aberdeen-Angus. Though, polled bulls and cows seemingly existed in Scotland before recorded history. Actually, prehistoric carvings of Aberdeen and Angus cattle have been found in many Scotland […]

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