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Read previews or recaps of beef industry meetings, conferences or seminars. Coverage often includes photos and speaker interviews.

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When beef herd profit margins shrink, the losses from grazing toxic tall fescue gain attention.

Convincing cow herd owners to eradicate their old fescue and plant new novel-endophyte fescue is difficult in the best of times. Now, the case will be remade by the Alliance for Grassland Renewal.

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Keeping up with a quickly changing industry is a daunting task. Cattlemen and cattlewomen across the country are finding that a yearly two-day college can help give them the edge they need to remain viable and up-to-date in cattle production.

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The longstanding tradition continues to provide a forum for cattlemen to consider innovative opportunities as the Red Angus Association of America’s (RAAA) annual BrainTrust event will be held on Saturday, Jan. 7, at the DoubleTree Hotel in Denver, Colorado. The workshop will begin at 1:30 p.m. MST. Members unable to attend in person are invited to view the program live on DVAuction.com.

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Angus bull buyers paid record-high prices in 2015. The calves from those sires are going to market now, and breeders should be helping their customers get the most out of the investment.

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Though cattle prices have come down from historic highs, there are still ways for beef cattle producers to capture more dollars for their calves by adding value at the ranch, according to experts at the 45th South Central Texas Cow-Calf Clinic in Brenham, Texas.

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The King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management (KRIRM) hosted a successful symposium on practical stockmanship in ranching that attracted more than 300 ranchers, landowners and agriculturalists from 21 states, Mexico, Canada and Ireland to Kingsville, Texas, Oct. 20-21, 2016.

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