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Thursday, 31 August 2017 17:23

SPC Important Dates

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Friday, 17 March 2017 15:02

2017 Classic Contests

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2017 AJSA NATIONAL CLASSIC

July 9-14, 2017 

Hosted by the Mississippi Simmental Association

Forrest County Multipurpose Center

962 Sullivan Drive Hattiesburg, MS 39401 

Survival Guide

For facility or schedule questions, contact Mississippi Junior Simmental coordinators,
Mark and Debbie Smith, 601-310-6695 or 601-310-6685 or or Deena Branum at 601-310-4440 

For entry or registration questions, contact ASA Youth Director, Emily Lochner at 406-587-4531 ext 517.
Rules        |      Schedule & Information Sheet          |    Facility Map   
      Contest Information:     Study Materials   |   Showmanship   |   Public Speaking   |   Sales Talk   |  Judging 
Interview Contest:  Mock Jobs    Cover Letter Tips      Resume Tips

Hotel Scholarship Application       Trustee Application

Merit Award Scholarship Applications:       Gold      Silver       Bronze

Registration  $75     Cattle entry fee: $45/head     Extra Stalls :  $45     Extra Shirts :  $16
Extra Banquet Ticket: $30

The $75 contestant fee includes all competitive events, official show shirt, and one banquet ticket.
National Classic entries must be submitted online at www.juniorsimmental.org no later than May 22, 2017 at 11:59 PM MT.  

Anyone who waits until the office is closed on the day of the deadline, and has an issue with a membership or animal registration will not be able to enter the show. This year there is no late-entry deadline. 

Event Sponsor

HOST HOTEL

Holiday Inn
10 Gateway Dr
Hattiesburg, MS 39402
601-296-0302 
Block name:  Block is FULL

Candlewood Suites
9 Gateway Dr
Hattiesburg, MS
39402 601-264-9666
Block name: Block is FULL 

 

Hampton Inn

120 Plaza Drive 601-268-0606

Block Name: National Simmental Classic

Home2Suites

116 Plaza Drive 601-261-3800

Block Name: National Simmental Classic

 

CAMPING

$25/night

Michael Turnage

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  North Central Regional Classic


2017 NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL CLASSIC

 June 28 - July 2, 2017 

Hosted by the South Dakota Simmental Association

South Dakota State Fairgrounds

890 3rd Street SW, Huron, SD 57350 


For fairgrounds or schedule questions, contact South Dakota Junior Simmental Advisors,
Cathy Eichacker at 605-421-1138, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or Kristi Effling 605-769-1308    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

For entry or registration questions, contact ASA Youth Director, Emily Lochner at 406-587-4531 ext 517.
Rules      |      Schedule & Information Sheet           |    Facility Map       

Contest Information:     Study Materials   |   Showmanship   |   Public Speaking   |   Sales Talk   |  Judging 

Registration  $40        Cattle entry fee: $25/head      Extra Shirts  $10    Extra Banquet Ticket: $20

The $40 contestant fee includes all competitive events, official show shirt, and one banquet ticket.
Regional Classic entries must be submitted online at www.juniorsimmental.org no later than May 15, 2017 at 11:59 PM MT.   

Anyone who waits until the office is closed on the day of the deadline, and has an issue with a membership or animal registration will not be able to enter the show. This year there is no late-entry deadline.

 


 

HOST HOTEL

Crossroads 100

4th Street SW

$82/ night

605-352-3204

Block name: NCR Classic - Simmental

HOST HOTEL

Best Western

2000 Dakota Ave

605-352-2000

$85/night

Block name: NCR Classic - Simmental 

HOST HOTEL

Super 8

2189 Dakota Ave

605-352-0740

$77.50/night

Block name: NCR Classic - Simmental  

HOST HOTEL

Quality Inn

100 21st St. NW

605-352-6655

$84/night

Block name: NCR Classic - Simmental

CAMPING

$25/night

800-529-0900 

 

 

     
        


2017 SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL CLASSIC

 June 14-17, 2017 

Hosted by the Missouri Simmental Association

Ozark Empire Fairgrounds

3001 N Grant Avenue, Springfield, MO 65803 


For fairgrounds or schedule questions, contact Brittany Gillig at 417-833-2660 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   
For entry or registration questions, contact ASA Youth Director, Emily Lochner at 406587-4531 ext 517.
Rules      |      Schedule & Information Sheet           |    Facility Map       

Contest Information:     Study Materials   |   Showmanship   |   Public Speaking   |   Sales Talk   |  Judging 

Registration $50       Cattle entry fee:  $35/head      Extra Stall: $35       Extra Shirts:  $13    

Extra Banquet Tickets: $15

The $50 contestant fee includes all competitive events, official show shirt, and one banquet ticket.
Regional Classic entries must be submitted online at www.juniorsimmental.org no later than May 15, 2017 at 11:59 PM MT.   

Anyone who waits until the office is closed on the day of the deadline, and has an issue with a membership or animal registration will not be able to enter the show. This year there is no late-entry deadline.

      

 

HOST HOTEL

Oasis Hotel and Convention Center (formerly Ramada)

2546 N Glenstone Ave. Springfield, MO 417.866.5253 $89/night

Block name: Missouri Junior Simmental Association, cut off date May 13 

CAMPING

30 AMP: $30/night

50 AMP: $35/night First-come first-serve basis only, ample sites are available. 

 

 

 

  Eastern Regional Classic


2017 EASTERN REGIONAL CLASSIC

 June 14-17, 2017 

Hosted by the Ohio Simmental Association

Madison County Fairgrounds

205 Elm Street, London, OH 43140 


For fairgrounds or schedule questions, contact Ohio Junior Simmental Advisor, Jenny Cowdrey at 937-515-0290.   
For entry or registration questions, contact ASA Youth Director, Emily Lochner at 406587-4531 ext 517.
Rules      |      Schedule & Information Sheet           |    Facility Map       

Contest Information:     Study Materials   |   Showmanship   |   Public Speaking   |   Sales Talk   |  Judging 

Registration  $45                Cattle entry fee: $25/head               Extra Shirts  $12    Extra banquet ticket: $15

The $45 contestant fee includes all competitive events, official show shirt, and one banquet ticket.
Regional Classic entries must be submitted online at www.juniorsimmental.org no later than May 15, 2017 at 11:59 PM MT.   

Anyone who waits until the office is closed on the day of the deadline, and has an issue with a membership or animal registration will not be able to enter the show. This year there is no late-entry deadline.

      

 

HOST HOTEL

Fairfield Inn & Suites

5520 Maxwell Place Columbus, Ohio

$119/ night

614-643-4300

19 miles away

Block name: OJSA Cut Off: May 15 

HOST HOTEL

Holiday Inn Columbus

5495 Maxwell Place Columbus, Ohio $124/night

614-335-1150

19 miles away

Block name: OJSA Eastern Regions

Cut Off: May 14 

NEARBY HOTELS

Holiday Inn London

6 miles away

740-852-2700 

 

Hampton Inn West  

19 miles away

614-851-5599 

 

NEARBY HOTELS

Comfort Inn Hilliard

18 miles away

614-870-7658

Country Inn &
Suites

18 Miles away

614-853-1257

CAMPING

$25/night

Bob Richardson

740-852-1654 

 
       


2017 WESTERN REGIONAL CLASSIC

 June 21-24, 2017 

Hosted by the Oregon Simmental Association

Klamath County Fairgrounds

3531 South 6th Street, Klamath Falls, OR 97603 


For fairgrounds or schedule questions, contact Oregon Junior Simmental Advisor, Kristine Rice at 541-870-3726. 
For entry or registration questions, contact ASA Youth Director, Emily Lochner at 406587-4531 ext 517.
Rules      |      Schedule & Information Sheet           |   Facility Map       

Contest Information:     Study Materials   |   Showmanship   |   Public Speaking   |   Sales Talk   |  Judging 

Registration $35.       Cattle entry fee:  $15/head          Extra Stalls: $20          Extra Shirts:  $15    

Extra Banquet Tickets: no cost

The $35 contestant fee includes all competitive events, official show shirt, and one banquet ticket.
Regional Classic entries must be submitted online at www.juniorsimmental.org no later than May 15, 2017 at 11:59 PM MT.   

Anyone who waits until the office is closed on the day of the deadline, and has an issue with a membership or animal registration will not be able to enter the show. This year there is no late-entry deadline.

      

 

HOST HOTEL

Days Inn

3612 South 6th Street Klamath Falls, OR

$79/ night

541-882-8864

Block name: Junior Simmental Regional Cut Off: May 21 

 

 

CAMPING

$25/night

R.V. reservations must be made through OJSA.

Contact Shauna: 530-905-2220

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Thursday, 16 March 2017 16:42

SPC important dates

Get the 2016/2017 SPC Final Results Here

The AJSA Steer Profitability Competition (SPC) is designed to provide junior members mean­ingful exposure to the opportunities and challenges associated with cattle feeding. The SPC will not only allow participants to measure and compare the profitability of their own animal(s), but of greater importance, it will introduce young beef enthusiasts to peers, mentors, industry advocates, and experiences that are exceedingly difficult to acquire for any beef producer. Participants in the SPC program will be powerful voices as they transition from junior membership to adult participation within the beef industry.

Winners will be announced at the 2018 National Classic Awards Banquet in St. Paul, MN. Awards will be granted for the top three animals overall, top three pen of 3 overall, and top monthly write-up participant.

New This Year

  1. All steers on GrowSafe feed intake system throughout the entire project.
  2. Individual intake and gain information on all steers.
  3. Monthly weights on all steers.
  4. Steers will be fed at University of Missouri Beef Research & Teaching Farm in Columbia, MO.
  5. Risk management and consultation will continue through Chappell Feedlot.
  6. On site field day spring 2018.
  7. A monthly newsletter highlighting SPC details, industry news and steer performance.
  8. One monthly bill detailing specific expenses on each steer.

Animal Requirements:

  1. Steers only
  2. Animals must be entered in the ASA database
  3. One parent registered in the ASA database
  4. DNA sample required
  5. Birth date range: 1/15/17 to 4/15/17
  6. Weaning date range: 8/15/17 to 10/15/17
  7. Castration must occur prior to weaning
  8. Steers must weigh 500 - 750 lbs at delivery
  9. Steers must be polled or dehorned
  10. Any breed composition welcome provided they meet rules 1-9.

 

Contest Guidelines:

  1. Entry fee of $50/ head
  2. Feedlot placement approximately Nov. 1
  3. All decisions at the discretion of feedyard
  4. Harvest will occur approximately May 2018 (Date at discretion of feedyard)
  5. Participation in monthly e-meetings
  6. Entrant will receive reports on:
  7. Monthly feed and health bill
  8. Final feedyard data
  9. Final carcass performance data

 

Testimonials: 

 

“Thank you for putting this program on! I learned a lot, and I am glad I was able to be a part of this.”

– Natalie Bergquist, program participant, ND

 

“Many thanks to the entire staff at the Junior Simmental Association who put forth so much effort  to make this opportunity possible for me and all the other young people who have been involved in this opportunity. Thank you!”

– Madeline Smith, program participant, KY

 

“I just wanted to start my last monthly summary by saying thank you. Thank you for having this awesome program for me to participate in my senior year of high school. I have enjoyed every minute of it, and I am excited to watch this program grow and have hundreds of participants in the upcoming year.”

– Carlye Rodenbeck, program participant, TX

 

“Thanks to you all at AJSA! It’s been a great experience!  Mitchell said to me last night, “now that my last write up is done, I’m gonna miss it!” Kudos to you all!”

– Jen Vaad, program parent, CO

 

“Thank you for all your hard work making this happen and working through all the kinks for us! I thought it  went smoothly for the first year. Thank you again to AJSA, ASA, and Chappell Feedlot for all their help!”

– Brady Wulf, program participant, MN

 

“I have enjoyed the competition and learned so much over the past months.”

– Ella Fischer, program participant, MO

 

Click here for more information

 

Direct questions to ASA Director of Membership and Industry Operations , Chip Kemp at 406-587-4531 ext 508 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
 

 Entry Deadline is September 29, 2017
  
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Tuesday, 08 March 2016 23:55

Showmanship

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Showmanship is the ability to present you and your animal in the best form possible. It is the appearance, the presentation, and the knowledge of your animal and the beef industry. Showmanship begins long before you arrive at the show and is dependent on hard work and practice with your animal.

Time Allotted:
There is not time range in this contest, each class length is determined by the judge of the contest.

Materials:
Your own cattle entry that is entered in your name at the show at which you are participating, show stick, scotch comb, number harness

Dress:
Jeans, closed toed leather shoes, and a belt.  Exhibitors are required to wear their official AJSA show shirt.

Notes:
Class breaks will be posted outside of the show office.  At the National Classic, the Top 20 Showman of each age division are selected by the judge, the official placing will not be announced until the banquet.

Exhibitors must use their own animal and must use the same animal for all phases of the contest. Showmanship is a dry contest, meaning your animal cannot be fitted.

Additional Resources


Sure Champ Cattle Showmanship Tips Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoDloIORKXI


Oklahoma State Beef Showmanship Resource
http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/outreach-extension/uploaded_files/4-h-files/files/beef-handouts/Beef Showmanship_ANSI-3284web.pdf

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Tuesday, 08 March 2016 23:45

Public Speaking

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Contestants will report to the preparation room 35 minutes prior to their scheduled speaking time. Contestants draw topics from a pool and select one on which to speak. The subject areas include but are not limited to, the History and Development of Simmental and Simbrah cattle, Principles of Breeding, Selling, Customer Service and Managing Beef Cattle.  Contestants will be judged on subject knowledge, organization, presentation, response to questions, and general effectiveness.

Time Allotted: 30 minutes of prep time, three to seven minute speeches. Time elapsed during the speech will be posted so contestants are aware of timing. Speakers who finish before three minutes or run past seven minutes will be penalized one point for each second over or under. Following the speech time will be allowed for questions from the judges.

Materials: Contestants are given an information packet on the selected topic and two 3 x 5 note cards, absolutely no outside materials are allowed.


Dress: Business casual (khakis, dress pants, button-up shirts, sweaters)


Additional Resources


Public Speaking Tips: http://www.publicspeaking-tips.org/

Public Speaking Contest Information

 

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Tuesday, 08 March 2016 23:42

Showmanship

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Showmanship is the ability to present you and your animal in the best form possible. It is the appearance, the presentation, and the knowledge of your animal and the beef industry. Showmanship begins long before you arrive at the show and is dependent on hard work and practice with your animal.

Time Allotted:
There is not time range in this contest, each class length is determined by the judge of the contest.

Materials:
Your own cattle entry that is entered in your name at the show at which you are participating, show stick, scotch comb, number harness

Dress:
Jeans, closed toed leather shoes, and a belt.  Exhibitors are required to wear their official AJSA show shirt.

Notes:
Class breaks will be posted outside of the show office.  At the National Classic, the Top 20 Showman of each age division are selected by the judge, the official placing will not be announced until the banquet.

Exhibitors must use their own animal and must use the same animal for all phases of the contest. Showmanship is a dry contest, meaning your animal cannot be fitted.

Additional Resources


Sure Champ Cattle Showmanship Tips Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoDloIORKXI


Oklahoma State Beef Showmanship Resource
http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/outreach-extension/uploaded_files/4-h-files/files/beef-handouts/Beef Showmanship_ANSI-3284web.pdf

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Tuesday, 08 March 2016 23:33

Judging Contest

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A committee of judges shall select and place all classes and listen to all reasons. The contest will consist of six classes. Performance data will be used when available. One or more of the placings classes will be designated by the judges as an oral reasons/questions class. Conferring between other contestants, parents, and/or advisers is strictly prohibited during the judging contest.

Time Allotted: Contestants will be allowed 12 minutes to place each class. There will be a two-minute time warning in each class to signal contestants it is time to hand in their cards to their group leader.


Materials: Notepad and a pen.

Dress: There is no required dress for this contest, however, jackets, caps, or other apparel identifying and individual’s state of residence or farm/ranch affiliation are prohibited during judging. Many participants wear jeans and polo shirts or button downs.


Additional Resources


Free online practice judging classes
www.livestockjudging.com

More free online mock judging classes
www.judging101.com

University of Missouri Extension article by Dr. Jerry Lipsey with information on the steps to becoming successful at livestock judging
http://extension.missouri.edu/p/G2952

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Tuesday, 08 March 2016 23:00

Sales Talk

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Sales talk uses a live setting complete with a live animal or a photo and potential buyers. This contest is a mock sales situation—you are selling your animal to buyers. The purpose is to evaluate the effectiveness of the presentation and the contestant’s ability to merchandize cattle. Contestants will be judged on their knowledge of the animal they are selling, their ability to relate important information about the animal, and their overall effectiveness in convincing the judges to buy the animal.

Time Allotted: 5-7 minutes

Materials: Live animal or a photo (no larger than 8 x 10) and a registration certificate for the animal being “sold”. If using a live animal you will need a friend to hold the animal for you during your presentation.


Dress: There is no required dress code but it is important to keep in mind that appearance is important when marketing yourself and your animals. Nice jeans, boots, and button down shirts are suggested.


Additional Resources


Sales Talk Contest Tips

Sales Talk Scorecard

Tuesday, 08 March 2016 22:58

Cattleman's Quiz

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The Cattlemen’s Quiz is a multiple choice quiz to test your knowledge of the beef industry. The quiz will use a ScanTron type answer sheet, please make sure you’re familiar with standardized testing score sheets. If you have trouble reading, don’t worry, just make sure you let us know before arriving at the contest and an assistant will help you with reading your quiz.

 

2014 Cattleman's Quizes and answers

2012 Cattleman's Quizes and answers

Allotted: 90 minutes

Materials: Pencil and a highlighter

Dress: Casual

 

Additional Resources


Online Herdsman Resource Manual

Tips for using a ScanTron answer sheet
http://www.ehow.com/how_10040864_use-scantron-sheet.html

 

 

Tuesday, 08 March 2016 22:21

AJSA Study Materials

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Online Herdsman Resource Links—A study guide for the Cattlemen’s Quiz  competition
The Herdsman Resource Links
are a collection of beef industry and cattle production related materials from which the Regional and National Classic Cattlemen’s Quiz questions will be developed. These study materials are targeted for the intermediate and senior age divisions. The 4-H Skills for Life Series, a great study tool to utilize for the junior age division Cattlemen’s Quiz, is available for purchase by contacting the ASA office at 406.587.4531.

Sample Quizzes:

2016 Cattleman's quizes

2014 Cattleman's quizes

2012 Cattleman's quizes

Producer Oriented Educational Programs:

The Masters of Beef Advocacy—Earning Your MBA
http://www.beef.org/mastersofbeefadvocacy.aspx
The MBA program is a self-directed online training program designed to equip beef producers and industry allies with the information needed to be an everyday advocate for the beef industry. MBA candidates will be required to complete six courses in beef advocacy, including:
• Modern Beef Production – Sharing the many benefits of modern, efficient U.S. beef production
• Animal Care – Explaining our commitment to raising healthy animals
• Beef Safety – Communicating why producing safe food for consumers is a top priority
• Beef Nutrition – Explaining how great-tasting beef strengthens and sustains our bodies
• Environmental Stewardship – Sharing how we’re protecting the environment for future generations
• The Beef Checkoff – Communicating the value of your investment in growing demand for beef

Beef Quality Assurance
http://www.bqa.org/statebqa.aspx
Here is a hands-on resource to help prepare you for the Cattlemen’s Quiz.  Check out the Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) certification program and see when the upcoming BQA seminars are near you. Some states also offer online certification. BQA is a nationally coordinated, state implemented program that provides systematic information to U.S. beef producers and beef consumers of how common sense husbandry techniques can be coupled with accepted scientific knowledge to raise cattle under optimum management and environmental conditions. BQA guidelines are designed to make certain all beef consumers can take pride in what they purchase – and can trust and have confidence in the entire beef industry. BQA programs have evolved to include best practices around good record keeping and protecting herd health, which can result in more profits for producers.

Cattlemen’s Learning Center
http://www.beefusa.org/cattlelearningcenter.aspx
The Cattlemen's Learning Center is one of the most successful producer education programs.  The searchable library of topics will be of benefit to you in learning more about practices that can help improve your bottom-line, read how other producer's have benefited from these programs and much more.

General Resources:

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Beef Learning Modules
http://beef.unl.edu/learningmodules.shtml

The Beef Blog
http://www.thebeefblog.com

eXtension Webinars from Beef Experts
http://www.extension.org/pages/18946/archived-beef-cattle-webinars

Beef Today on Ag Web— Powered by Farm Journal
http://www.agweb.com/livestock/beef/

Beef Checkoff News Resources and Fact Sheets
http://www.beefboard.org/news/factsheets.asp

Beef Magazine
http://beefmagazine.com/

Iowa Beef Center
http://www.iowabeefcenter.org/

Beef Issues Quarterly
http://www.beefissuesquarterly.com/

Specific Topic Resources:

Behavior:
National Cattlemen's Beef Association Beef Quality Assurance – Video on guidelines for beef cattle production
http://beefcattleinstitute.org/images/bqa/english/bqa24aEnglish.htm

Emergency Considerations for Beef Cattle
http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/vm117

Cattle Corral Development to Reduce Cattle Stress
http://www.grandin.com/design/design.html

In depth look at cattle behavior, handling, and facilities with Colorado State’s Dr. Temple Grandin
http://digitool.library.colostate.edu/R/?func=dbin-jump-full&object_id=8707

Breeding & Genetics:

Sire Source 2016

http://www.simmental.org/site/index.php/black-simmental


Estrus Cycle Learning Module
http://beef.unl.edu/learning/estrous.shtml

Synchronizing Estrus and Ovulation in Cows
http://www.ksre.ksu.edu/library/lvstk2/mf2573.pdf

Pregnancy Diagnosis in the Beef Herd
http://www.extension.umn.edu/beef/components/releases/09-13-05-Lamb.htm

Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology of a Bull
http://extension.missouri.edu/publications/DisplayPub.aspx?P=G2016

Evaluating Breeding Soundness in Bulls
http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_b/b-216.pdf

Inheritance of Color and Polled Traits
http://www.simmental.org/userimages/simbrah_color/shalles_mod.pdf


Health:
Assisting a Cow at Calving Time
http://extension.missouri.edu/publications/DisplayPub.aspx?P=G2007

Pelvic Measurements and Calving Difficulty
http://extension.missouri.edu/publications/DisplayPub.aspx?P=G2017

Beef Cattle Vaccines
http://animalscience.tamu.edu/images/pdf/beef/beef-cattle-vaccines.pdf

Foodborne Pathogen Control in the Feedlot
http://beefcattleinstitute.org/images/FeedlotGPP/index.swf

Cattle Diseases
http://www.thecattlesite.com/diseaseinfo/

Common Cattle Parasites
http://animalscience.tamu.edu/images/pdf/beef/beef-common-parasites.pdf

Nitrates in Livestock Feeding
http://www.ianrpubs.unl.edu/epublic/live/g1779/build/g1779.pdf

Meat Science:
Beef Grading
http://beefresearch.org/CMDocs/BeefResearch/Beef%20Grading.pdf

Guide to Evaluation of Slaughter Cattle
http://animalscience.tamu.edu/images/pdf/beef/beef-guide-to-evalution.pdf

Nutrition:
Beef Cattle Nutrition Guide
http://www.ksre.ksu.edu/library/lvstk2/c735.pdf

Body Condition: The Beef Cow’s Energy Gauge
http://www.simmental.org/siteuserimages/Elanco_Book_Final_pgs.pdf

Body Condition, Nutrition, and Reproduction
http://animalscience.tamu.edu/images/pdf/nutrition/nutrition-body-condition-nutrition.pdf

Guidelines for Use of Distillers Bi-Products
http://beefinstitute.org/images/factsheets/factsheets/guidelinesforuseodg103006chrisreinhardt.pdf

Questions and Answers on Beef Nutrition
http://beefinstitute.org/images/factsheets/factsheets/c733beefqandachrisreinhardt.pdf


For regular/daily updates it is suggested that you follow these organizations on Facebook and/or Twitter:
• National Cattlemen’s Beef Association
• NCBA’s Cattlemen to Cattlemen
• Beef Quality Assurance
• High Plains Journal
• Drovers CattleNetwork

 

 

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