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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If you want a cow to breed back after calving she must be at a BCS of 5 or 6. A BCS of 4 won't get it done.
“The single hardest time to raise body condition score (BCS) in cows is right after calving,” Ted Perry told his audience at a Learning Lounge session inside the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) Trade Show in Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 3.

The cattle business is the business of turning "grass to cash." Tips for improving forage production:
“Primarily, what we’re in the business of doing is turning grass into cash,” Dennis Hancock, associate professor and state forage extension specialist for the University of Georgia said at the Cattle Industry Convention on Feb. 1. Hancock spoke as pa

Many thanks to Whitney Boehme for sending this photo our way to share! Grant Boehme of Chatham, Ill., loves visiting the farm of his grandpa Wayne Wallace of Wallace Angus Farm, Monmouth, Ill.

Culling tips: Kris Ringwall says, "never, never assume a cow will not harm you."
Cattle should be sold if they routinely challenge the producer for space, are very aggressive or are easily put in a defensive mode.

Read and watch the stories of Kansas wildfire survivors.
Entering Clark County, Kan., you’re greeted by a sign reading, “Fire damage ahead. Use caution.” It doesn’t completely prepare you for the charred, twisted fences and scorched earth that follow. Nearly a month after the devastating March 6 wildfires that swept through counties in Texas, Oklahoma, Co...