Mark That Card – Angus Bulls

Placing: 2-4-1-3Cuts: 3-2-4 I like the Angus Bulls 2-4-1-3. That short tail 2 bull’s undeniable power and body shape paired with a functional skeleton positions him as my herd sire of choice. Personally, his balanced look from the profile is best complimented with a masculine, beef bull look. Plus, step behind the cattle, and his […]

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3 Steps to Prepare to Attend a Livestock Sale

There’s nothing quite as exhilarating as an auctioneer’s chant climbing as bids are coming in. When he pounds his gavel and says, “sold” one lucky buyer wins the bid and the next animal is already being auctioned. Auctions are fast-paced and for a novice attendee can be somewhat intimidating. However, if you prepare in advance, […]

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Create the Perfect Cover Letter in 6 Steps

You’ve searched for a job or an internship. You’ve done the research on the position; you’ve crafted the perfect resume. Now what?  Then next step in any job or internship process is to create a cover letter to send to a prospective employer that further expresses your interest for the job, expands upon the qualifications […]

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4 Tips to Successfully Breaking your Show Goat

We’re not kidding around when we say the competition in the goat show ring has really heated up over the years. Young exhibitors from coast to coast have taken to Boer goats, and their popularity has grown significantly.   The young kids might appear cute and somewhat friendly; however, they take the same time, diligence and patience […]

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2021 Sure Champ Leadership Team

Applications for the 2021 Sure Champ Leadership Team are NOW OPEN!! Last year we launched this program in an effort to support young people in the industry who strive to enhance their leadership skills. This year we will once again be offering 10, $500 scholarships to students who are looking for ways to offset the […]

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The Importance of Reading a Feed Tag

Walk into any feed room in any barn, and what do you see? Rows of neatly stacked bags that look very similar. It doesn’t matter what species you are feeding; the differential is in the brand. One brand might be purple and black, another green and white and another tan and orange; but bag after bag will […]

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