The Angus Report for May 28

May 29, 2012

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The Angus Report for May 28

Join us from the American Angus Association as we bring you the week's top cattle news, including: record-breaking bull demand, BPI's continued LFTB fallout, the end of the ROV show season, a decision that will keep rural post offices open, and more.

CattleFax Market Analyst Lance Zimmerman discusses beef import increases and global meat prices.

Anne Burkholder, president and manager of Will Feed Incorporated, says care and attention to the details of a calf's lifecycle benefit everyone from the producer level all the way to the consumer. This video news is provided by Certified Angus Beef LLC and the American Angus Association. Visit or for more information.

Calving ease EPDs aren't necessarily new, but Angus Association Genetic Research Director Sally Northcutt explains why they're still one of the cattle industry's best kept secrets.

An Angus Foundation campaign can turn your everyday purchases into investments, but time is running out.

The historic Wye Plantation traces its roots to the 1600s and was founded by William Paca, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Angus cattle were introduced to the farm in 1937. For more information, visit

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