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A Review on the Origin and Unique Features of the Angus Cattle Breed

November 15th, 2018

The Angus cattle breed has a long and illustrious history that dates back to over 1000 years ago to the closely related, native cattle breeds of the shires of Kincardine, Aberdeen and Angus in Scotland. These original breeds were a mix of horned and polled cattle. By combining these breeds together over the years, the […]

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What Is the BREEDPLAN in Angus Cattle?

October 26th, 2018

A BREEDPLAN for Angus is an analysis that the Agricultural Business Research Institute or ABRI performs with the help of special software and is for the purpose of providing genetic evaluation for purebred Angus as well as Angus-infused herds. The technology that this plan uses is state of the art and produces Estimated Breeding Values […]

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How Does DNA and Genetic Testing Help in Angus Seed Stock Production?

October 16th, 2018

Today, to stay on top of the latest information about breeding and raising healthy, fertile Angus herds, producers need to learn how to incorporate genetic testing and DNA information into their efforts. By doing so, they can reach optimal results with their herds, especially when they are supplying Angus seed stock to others. We provide […]

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Recommendations of Good Quality Feeds for Angus Cattle

August 17th, 2018

The most important duty that an Angus cattle farmer has is to ensure that all of his or her cows, bulls, heifers and calves have sufficient quality feed all throughout the year. After all, without adequate nutrition the cattle cannot consume the right nutrients to be healthy and will fail to gain weight at the […]

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Black Colour Does Not Always Mean That It’s Angus Cattle

July 27th, 2018

Even though Angus cows and bulls are recognizable in part for their black colouring, you should not assume that all cattle herds with the colour are purebred Angus. Since this breed is so popular for its ideal characteristics in meat production, easy calving and mild temperament, many breeders are cross breeding this breed with other […]

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Signs of Poor Breeding and Health Issues in Angus Cattle

July 13th, 2018

Whether you are purchasing new Angus seed stock or caring for the Angus that you already own, you need to be able to identify signs of poor breeding and health issues in each animal to produce satisfactory results through your cattle farming efforts. By doing so, you will avoid major hurdles that can crop up […]

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The Real Goal of Quality Angus Beef Seed Stock Production

June 28th, 2018

The Angus breed often is the breed of choice for Australian cattle farmers for all of their many favourable characteristics. This has led to their being a large demand for quality Angus beef seed stock. While most may believe that the only goal of the seed stock producers is to raise healthy cattle, there is […]

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Beef Quality: Why Marbling in Meat Matters

June 8th, 2018

All beef eaters will agree that nothing is worse than biting into a bad piece of this type of meat, whether it is a steak or another cut. Instead of the ideal tenderness and flavour, they receive a tasteless, tough experience. When trying to select the best beef quality for consumption, most experts agree that […]

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Beef Quality of a Young Angus Cattle

May 29th, 2018

Restaurants and other types of food-industry entities boast about the fact that they serve or sell quality Angus beef since it has extremely favourable characteristics that make it tender and delicious. While you may think all Angus beef comes from older animals that are past their prime, you are mistaken. The truth is that the […]

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Factors that Make Angus Meat Tenderer and Juicier Than Other Types of Beef

May 14th, 2018

Today, restaurants boast about one type of beef or another to lure customers to come into their establishments. One popular breed of beef for steaks and other cuts of meat is the Angus one. Experts often state that the meat from this breed is tenderer and juicier than that of other breeds. If you are […]

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