History of the Utah Cattlemen's Association In 1870, livestock producers in Utah joined together to form the Utah Livestock Growers Association, banding together to protect the interests of livestock producers. In 1890, the association underwent some changes and became the Utah Horse and Cattle Growers Association. It continued with that title until February of 1956 when the current name, Utah Cattlemen's Association (UCA) was adopted. At that time, the UCA leadership listed eight reasons for the existence of the association. All eight of the original points of purpose continue to govern the present activities of the UCA. To promote and protect the business of raising beef cattle. To improve the quality of cattle and beef produced. To uphold the rights of all persons engaged in the cattle business. To encourage the enactment of legislation designed to improve and encourage the cattle business. To oppose the enactment of legislation designed to injure and/or destroy the cattle business. To encourage and establish the adoption of good principles of raising and marketing cattle. To encourage the establishment of state and local exhibits and contests designed to encourage the cattle business. To assist in asserting or defending the rights of UCA members, which affect their operation in the growing of cattle, if such assistance will benefit all members. ...More
IMPORTANT TO CONTROL BREEDING AND CALVING SEASON
The first step in reproductive management is controlling the breeding and calving seasons. Whichever calving season (winter, spring, or fall) is chosen, the following reasons illustrate why a controlled, seasonal calving schedule is desirable.
BBU RECOGNIZES OUTSTANDING CATTLEMEN AT CONVENTION
The 57th Annual Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) Convention Beefmasters on the Bay was hosted in Galveston, Texas at the Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa and Convention Center from October 26 - 28, 2017.
IT'S THE PITTS -- IN THEORY
I used to have this theory, now debunked, that postulated that if you added up the IQ of a person with the IQ of their dog the total would be exactly the same in every case.
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- EXPORTS KEY TO CATTLE PRICE STRENGTH IN 2018
Retail beef prices are currently higher than last year despite the increase in beef supplies in 2017, said Derrell Peel, Extension livestock marketing specialist at Oklahoma State University, in his December market comments.
GENETRUST AT CHIMNEY ROCK SALE HELD NOVEMBER 3-4
In what has become a premier exhibition of the best in Brangus genetics, hundreds of registered and commercial breeders once again descended on Chimney Rock Cattle Company for the 11th annual installment hosted by Bill and Gail Davis.
WEANING IS A CRITICAL PART OF ANTIMICROBIAL STEWARDSHIP
Antimicrobial resistance and antimicrobial use on farms and in all meat production systems are hot news items right now. There is an awful lot of confusion, misinformation and disinformation on the Internet and in the media, too.
USE ALL INFORMATION TO DEVELOP FEEDER CATTLE MARKETING
Growing up on a Colorado cattle ranch, earning an animal science degree and riding for the Certified Angus Beef® (CAB®) brand for nearly 16 years, Paul Dykstra has learned a thing or two about First class feeder cattle marketing.
IT'S THE PITTS -- THE BEST PRESENT EVER
Like the coming of winter he arrives every year about this time. Much the same as the shopping mall Santa, the Donkey Man is a seasonal ornament. And quite a colorful one too.
CALF CATCHERS ALLOW PRODUCERS TO SAFELY PROCESS CALVES
Recent census data has reported the average age of the American rancher today is over 55. Cattle ranching is physically demanding, and every year of age makes meeting those physical demands more challenging.
HUNTIN' DAYLIGHT -- CONSUMER IMPLICATIONS GROW WITH CARCASS SIZE
For as much as steaks bolster carcass value and consumer beef demand, their growing size is costing the industry lots of jingle.
ANGUS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES ACQUISITION OF VERIFIED BEEF
American Angus Association announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire the assets of Verified Beef, including its proprietary Reputation Feeder Cattle® program.
INAUGURAL GENETIX CATTLE PLUS SALE HELD
Eighty-nine registered buyers from 14 states made their way to Grantville, Ga. for the inaugural Genetix Cattle Plus Sale hosted by The Oaks Farm.
NCBA LEADERS CALL FOR REPEAL OF FEDERAL ESTATE TAX
You cannot blame folks in Washington, D.C. for misconstruing how the U.S. Tax code impacts agricultural producers. With the number of Americans directly involved in agriculture at historic lows, the voices of farmers and ranchers are often missing in national tax policy debates.
DEMAND STRONG AT CIRCLE A ANGUS FALL SALE
Circle A Angus Ranch, headquartered in Iberia, Mo., was proud to host their 11th annual Fall Bull & Heifer sale in conjunction with the Dispersal of their Spring-calving Registered cowherd offering 647 head sold on October 21st. The demand for all classes of cattle was strong and prices were very steady.
FORAGE ANALYSIS CAN BE VALUABLE TO OPERATION
Focusing on pasture and grazing management is undoubtedly one of the most economical means of extending the grazing season and decreasing hay feeding requirements.
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