Year: 2017

Differences Between Grass-Fed and Grain-Fed Angus Cattle

Blog | December 11th, 2017

While Angus cattle are revered throughout the world for their attributes and flavourful meat, there are still distinct differences between the ones that are grass-fed and grain-fed. Both types of feeding methods have their advocates. Certain cattle farmers and ranchers know that it is more cost-effective and easier to grain feed since it requires less […]

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Myths about Angus Beef Cattle That You Should Forget

Blog | December 5th, 2017

While performing research into raising Angus cattle, you may come across certain bits of information about them that you do not know whether to believe. You must educate yourself on which ones of these are true and which ones are false to ensure that you can enter into your Angus cattle venture with confidence. If […]

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Factors that Can Affect Angus Seed Stock Production

Blog | November 13th, 2017

Producers of the seed stock must learn how to overcome issues and the ideal way to achieve premium results with their Angus to stay successful. If they do not, their Angus cows and bulls will not be as fertile, easy to handle, high producers and mild tempered as they could be with diligent research and […]

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Starting Up a Cattle Farm: Why Angus Cattle is Your Best Choice

Blog | November 3rd, 2017

One the major decisions you need to make when starting up a cattle farm is what breed to invest in for your venture. You should be certain that the breed does well in your location for one consideration. Not all breeds thrive here in Australia. We are here to explain why the Angus cattle breed […]

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Angus Beef Seed Stock Production: The Future and the Technology

Blog | October 25th, 2017

As in past years, the Angus beef seed stock production businesses face stiff competition today. This competition forces them to stay on top of the latest developments in the industry, including technology that will help them stay profitable not only now but also in the future. Technology that benefits the production and sales of seed […]

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What Makes Angus Beef Quality Better than Regular Beef?

Blog | October 17th, 2017

South Fork Angus is well known throughout Australia as “The Home of Quality Seed Stock on the Mornington Peninsula.” This specialised Angus farming team produces the ultimate prime quality cattle herd, all members of which are readily adaptable to varied conditions and environments. With the focused goal of breeding cattle that have calm temperaments and […]

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Angus Cattle Rearing: What You Need to Know

Blog | September 29th, 2017

Many cattle producers have long known how reliable the Angus cattle breed is to bring in high profits for a farm or ranch. However, this reliability means little if you are unaware of how to go about Angus cattle rearing in the proper way. You can ruin a herd with poor care and clumsy handling. […]

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Why Should You Buy Purebred Angus Cattle for Your Farm?

Blog | September 19th, 2017

While the success of your cattle farm depends upon multiple factors, it starts with the breed of cattle that you decide to raise on it. After all, each breed has its own distinctive characteristics, needs and productivity levels. In addition, certain cattle may grow and thrive well in the USA and other countries, but not […]

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Seed Stock and Commercial Angus Beef in Mornington Peninsula

Blog | August 31st, 2017

When in search of seed stock for your Angus herd, you need to search for quality males and females to ensure success with your cattle venture. Cattle that come from weak or temperamental heritage can spell trouble for your ability to raise healthy, fully productive Angus. To prevent purchasing ill-bred cattle, deal with only reputable […]

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Temperament Assessment on Angus Cattle Breed and How It Can Affect Growth

Blog | August 17th, 2017

When you are raising the Angus cattle breed, you must understand the effect of the cattle’s temperament on their overall growth to ensure that your cattle are high producers. You need to analyse this trait even during buying seed stock since it is passed on through the generations. Once the cattle are in your care, […]

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