Angus Journal

Angus Journal
Angus Journal is listed in the Newspapers category in Saint Joseph, Missouri. Displayed below are the social networks for Angus Journal which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Angus Journal on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 86.

Contact information for Angus Journal is:
3201 Frederick Ave
Saint Joseph, MO 64506
(816) 383-5200

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Angus Journal has an overall ZapScore of 86. This means that Angus Journal has a higher ZapScore than 86% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Saint Joseph, Missouri is 41 and in the category is 45. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Foot rot-causing bacteria are generally present in the environment, best prevention method is keep cattle in clean, dry environments.
Foot rot is an infectious condition that causes swelling, heat and inflammation, resulting in severe lameness. Swelling and lameness usually appear suddenly — one day the animal is fine, and the next day, the foot may be so sore the animal won’t put weight on it.

RFID tags in feeder cattle detect morbidity based on changes in feed intake anywhere from two to four days earlier than visual diagnosis.
Bill Pinchak, Texas A&M AgriLife Research animal nutritionist in Vernon, discusses a new early warning system for bovine respiratory disease.

Nebraska cattlemen finds forage turnips to be a great tool to augment pasture during slow grass growth times of the year.
Sometimes non-traditional crops for livestock can augment forage supplies or increase production on a piece of land. Turnips are a good example. Cattle readily eat them and do well on turnips. Tom Larson of Colorado farmed for many years in Nebraska, managing an organic crop and livestock farm, and…

AGI will be using birth weights earlier in the Angus genetic evaluation, so assessment of birth weight and calving ease traits for sires starts before the next breeding season.
This summer, updates to the weekly Angus genetic evaluation will be incorporated. Birth weights submitted after this date will be incorporated into the Angus genetic evaluation upon completion of the calving season as issued by individual members.

4 tips for heifer selection and development.
Although the principles for sourcing replacements hasn’t changed for many years, new technologies, improvements in genetics, and the ever-changing market have affected the way producers select and develop replacement heifers.