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Red Angus, Simmental associations rally for Young Guns

Red Angus and Simmental breeders from around the nation gathered in Sioux Falls, SD, July 25-27 for the annual Young Guns Summer Conference co-hosted by the Red Angus Association of America (RAAA) and American Simmental Association (ASA). The joint seminar reflects the two breeds’ new collaboration to run multi-breed genetic evaluations of their growth and carcass trait EPDs.

The conference focused on the factors driving the future of the seedstock industry.

“Both ASA and RAAA have a long-standing philosophy of focusing on the needs of commercial cattlemen and providing genetics, selection tools and marketing outlets that enhance our customers’ profitability,” said Clint Berry, RAAA Commercial Marketing Director. “By combining our efforts and co-hosting Young Guns, that commitment is enhanced through education, leadership development and heightened awareness of the opportunities and challenges that face our industry today and in the future.”

The Young Guns conference kicked off with a cattle display and welcome supper at Milton and Peggy Ustad’s ranch near Sioux Falls, SD. The group engaged in discussion topics and addressed the issues affecting the beef industry.

Red Angus and Simmental breeders from around the nation gathered in Sioux Falls, SD, July 25-27 for the annual Young Guns Summer Conference co-hosted by the Red Angus Association of America (RAAA) and American Simmental Association (ASA). The joint seminar reflects the two breeds’ new collaboration to run multi-breed genetic evaluations of their growth and carcass trait EPDs.

The conference focused on the factors driving the future of the seedstock industry.

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“Both ASA and RAAA have a long-standing philosophy of focusing on the needs of commercial cattlemen and providing genetics, selection tools and marketing outlets that enhance our customers’ profitability,” said Clint Berry, RAAA Commercial Marketing Director. “By combining our efforts and co-hosting Young Guns, that commitment is enhanced through education, leadership development and heightened awareness of the opportunities and challenges that face our industry today and in the future.”

The Young Guns conference kicked off with a cattle display and welcome supper at Milton and Peggy Ustad’s ranch near Sioux Falls, SD. The group engaged in discussion topics and addressed the issues affecting the beef industry.

Red Angus and Simmental breeders from around the nation gathered in Sioux Falls, SD, July 25-27 for the annual Young Guns Summer Conference co-hosted by the Red Angus Association of America (RAAA) and American Simmental Association (ASA). The joint seminar reflects the two breeds’ new collaboration to run multi-breed genetic evaluations of their growth and carcass trait EPDs.

The conference focused on the factors driving the future of the seedstock industry.

“Both ASA and RAAA have a long-standing philosophy of focusing on the needs of commercial cattlemen and providing genetics, selection tools and marketing outlets that enhance our customers’ profitability,” said Clint Berry, RAAA Commercial Marketing Director. “By combining our efforts and co-hosting Young Guns, that commitment is enhanced through education, leadership development and heightened awareness of the opportunities and challenges that face our industry today and in the future.”

The Young Guns conference kicked off with a cattle display and welcome supper at Milton and Peggy Ustad’s ranch near Sioux Falls, SD. The group engaged in discussion topics and addressed the issues affecting the beef industry.

Red Angus and Simmental breeders from around the nation gathered in Sioux Falls, SD, July 25-27 for the annual Young Guns Summer Conference co-hosted by the Red Angus Association of America (RAAA) and American Simmental Association (ASA). The joint seminar reflects the two breeds’ new collaboration to run multi-breed genetic evaluations of their growth and carcass trait EPDs.

The conference focused on the factors driving the future of the seedstock industry.

“Both ASA and RAAA have a long-standing philosophy of focusing on the needs of commercial cattlemen and providing genetics, selection tools and marketing outlets that enhance our customers’ profitability,” said Clint Berry, RAAA Commercial Marketing Director. “By combining our efforts and co-hosting Young Guns, that commitment is enhanced through education, leadership development and heightened awareness of the opportunities and challenges that face our industry today and in the future.”

The Young Guns conference kicked off with a cattle display and welcome supper at Milton and Peggy Ustad’s ranch near Sioux Falls, SD. The group engaged in discussion topics and addressed the issues affecting the beef industry.

Red Angus and Simmental breeders from around the nation gathered in Sioux Falls, SD, July 25-27 for the annual Young Guns Summer Conference co-hosted by the Red Angus Association of America (RAAA) and American Simmental Association (ASA). The joint seminar reflects the two breeds’ new collaboration to run multi-breed genetic evaluations of their growth and carcass trait EPDs.

The conference focused on the factors driving the future of the seedstock industry.

“Both ASA and RAAA have a long-standing philosophy of focusing on the needs of commercial cattlemen and providing genetics, selection tools and marketing outlets that enhance our customers’ profitability,” said Clint Berry, RAAA Commercial Marketing Director. “By combining our efforts and co-hosting Young Guns, that commitment is enhanced through education, leadership development and heightened awareness of the opportunities and challenges that face our industry today and in the future.”

The Young Guns conference kicked off with a cattle display and welcome supper at Milton and Peggy Ustad’s ranch near Sioux Falls, SD. The group engaged in discussion topics and addressed the issues affecting the beef industry.

Red Angus and Simmental breeders from around the nation gathered in Sioux Falls, SD, July 25-27 for the annual Young Guns Summer Conference co-hosted by the Red Angus Association of America (RAAA) and American Simmental Association (ASA). The joint seminar reflects the two breeds’ new collaboration to run multi-breed genetic evaluations of their growth and carcass trait EPDs.

The conference focused on the factors driving the future of the seedstock industry.

“Both ASA and RAAA have a long-standing philosophy of focusing on the needs of commercial cattlemen and providing genetics, selection tools and marketing outlets that enhance our customers’ profitability,” said Clint Berry, RAAA Commercial Marketing Director. “By combining our efforts and co-hosting Young Guns, that commitment is enhanced through education, leadership development and heightened awareness of the opportunities and challenges that face our industry today and in the future.”

The Young Guns conference kicked off with a cattle display and welcome supper at Milton and Peggy Ustad’s ranch near Sioux Falls, SD. The group engaged in discussion topics and addressed the issues affecting the beef industry.

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