Tag Archives: 30 days of ag

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Every number has a story: 1%

30 days. 30 numbers. 30 stories. One goal. We wanted you to learn more about high-quality beef production. Not because we (obviously) love this brand, but because it matters to you. You may or may not intentionally produce cattle for Certified Angus Beef ® brand, but it impacts you either way. I’m not trying to […]

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Every number has a story: 36.8 million

Where were you when beef prices dropped? Admittedly a bit on the dramatic side, but I’m sure more than the location you recall what it felt like when the high rewards we’d grown accustomed to took a tumble. Thankfully with opportunities to achieve premiums such as qualifying for Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand still […]

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Every number has a story: 7 hours

It’s Black Friday and whether or not you’ve been hitting the stores for hours already, there’s no denying you’ve seen a lot of numbers since that last bite of Thanksgiving supper. To some, it’s a shopper’s paradise. For others, a dealer’s dilemma. You’d just as soon not see another $ until the New Year, and […]

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Every number has a story: $4.52

Turkey or ham. Turkey or ham. Turkey or ham. If 30% of consumers consider beef roast as “appropriate for a holiday meal” (according to recent polling), why in a family of beef producers do I have turkey and ham at every holiday gathering?! The likely answer is tradition. Although there’s a bright spot (and perhaps opportunity?) […]

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Every number has a story: .53

Decades of data from Certified Angus Beef ® brand licensed packers show a typical pen-average fat thickness for finished cattle of 0.53 inch, with a range in those averages of less than .25 to more than 1 inch. Although 0.4 was long considered the target, data across the last 20 years points to barely finished cattle […]

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