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March 2016
Adding Value, Opportunity
Two cattlemen share similarities as they take different paths to profit.

Advice & Action
Experienced individuals share this advice with others seeking a foothold in agriculture.

Angus Names Director of Member Services
Jerry Cassady leads membership efforts for the American Angus Association.

Antibiotic Stewardship in Animal Agriculture
How do you define “stewardship?”

BIF Announces June Program
Beef Improvement Federation will host ‘Progress on the Prairie’ June 14-17 in Manhattan, Kan.

Diversified, Yet Focused
Nebraskans use feedback to improve cow herd amid competing demands.

Focus on Fly Control in 2016
For most beef producers, the yearly calving season has been completed and breeding cows and heifers is now the main focus.

Grazing Management Improves Profitability
Jim Gerrish on improving cow-calf profitability.

Human Resource Management on the Ranch
Cattlemen’s College® session offers insight into finding, keeping good employees.

Manage High-risk Calves
Cattlemen offer presentation addressing management of calves.

Opportunities For the Taking
Health, pounds and consumer demand drive cattle business.

Prevention Must Become More Prevalent
Stewardship and judicious use of animal health products were emphasized by John Davidson during an educational session on cattle health …

Producer Education
Cattlemen’s College® opens Cattle Industry Convention.

Producers Focus on Herd Sire Selection
K-State cow-calf specialist provides strategies to choose an appropriate herd sire.

Producing High-health Calves
Purdue veterinarian says treatment costs can be reduced with greater attention to nutrition and management early.

Sustainability for the Future
JBS executive Cameron Bruett clarifies the buzzword as the capacity to endure.

Sustainability is a Group Project
Panelists explore definition of sustainability and what it will take to attain it.

Trace Minerals & Pregnancy
When Reinaldo Cooke’s wife was pregnant with each of their three kids, she was advised by her obstetrician to do two things: gain 2 pounds (lb.) per month of pregnancy and take prenatal vitamins.

Washington Insider
NCBA briefs cattlemen and women on issues in Washington, D.C.

Your Résumé May Get You in the Door, But …
Functional skills may get you in the door for a job interview or job, but attitude, persistence and communication are what will set you apart and determine your success.

Youth Leaders Orientation
Along with snow and freezing temperatures, the first week of January brought the Angus breed’s young leaders to Wooster, Ohio, for the annual Youth Leaders Orientation.

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