Black Angus Seedstock Producer
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BHB Angus Farms is a registered Black Angus seed stock producer in the heartland of the United States, since 1997. We are one of the few seed stock operators invited to participate in the 2011 Weight Trait Project (WTP), with the intent to combine EPD science with across the breed outcomes to provide another measurement of the value in improving herd genetics.  This independent long term study, done in an independent manner by university scientists, allows any cattleman an additional tool in their beef improvement program.
Would you like to see how you could improve the health of your Black Angus herd for next year through the application of proven positive breeding results and outcomes?  We all, if progressive, wish to be better with every calf crop, and although we cannot account for and eliminate all unforeseeable conditions, we can place you in a position to take more healthy calves to market, and should you choose to own them to a finished individual, see improvement in carcass quality and have a chance to enjoy the several premiums available for those improvements.  Better average daily gain and better carcass quality equals more dollars in your pocket.
BHB customers profits have increased in the Black Angus industry by using certain strategies with our balanced approach to herd improvement.  Calving ease is important, and we certainly emphasize it, but not at the expense of average daily gain.  Moderate sized cattle are certainly more efficient, and we will not sacrifice one at the expense of the other.  Carcass quality is of the essence, but an overemphasis on rib size, for example, can bring financial penalties for allowing the rib size to become too large.
For More Information National Program for Denetic Improvement of Feed Efficiency in Beef Cattle
National Program For Genetic Improvement of Feed Efficiency in Beef Cattle
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