Category : Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday
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A Throwback to Way Back

Fresh off the heels of an eventful Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show, spirits are high around cow town. Bringing together nearly 7,000 cattlemen from all over the country is always a good time to look ahead, to learn from others and set goals after a hard year’s work. But who says looking back […]

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Flashback Friday, On the ranch
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Flashback Friday: Quality in the high-mountain desert

Out of all the hard-working, dedicated commercial Angus producers across the country, each year just one is selected as our Commitment to Excellence Award winner. They’re usually doing something innovative and most certainly targeting high-quality beef production. The recognition is for what they’re doing at that time, but when we get to write those stories we always […]

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Flashback Friday, Uncategorized
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Heritage helps to shape innovation

It’s been fun catching up with past CAB award winners for our Flashback Friday posts. Today, Morgan Slaven, our current intern from Virginia Tech, checks in with the Bridges Family. Enjoy! –Miranda They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but the same can’t be said when utilizing innovative technologies at Bridges Angus Farm. Even […]

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Flashback Friday, On the ranch
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Flashback Friday: Keeping an eye on quality pays

“Keep going until the road turns to a dirt road. Cross the river and railroad tracks, turn left at the horses and you’ll cross six cattle guards. Look for our house on the hill.” Before I’d traveled to Nebraska Sandhills ranches or sprawling Texas countryside, those may have seemed like strange directions, but when I […]

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Flashback Friday
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Flashback Friday: A tradition of getting better

When I visited Zutavern Ranch Co. this summer, Con told a story about his dad using the baby’s A+D diaper cream on their Hereford cows after a spring snowstorm. He said that was the year everyone in their area started looking at Angus bulls. I have to wonder if it was a big, all-encompassing storm. […]

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