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The Green Grass of Spring

The views and opinions expressed on this blog are those of the authors and are not necessarily those of RDUSA.  RDUSA accepts no responsibility or liability for views, ideas, or opinions expressed on this blog.
The Green Grass of Spring
The Green Grass of Spring
How if Affects Calf Growth and Cow Breedback
What a joyful moment it is […]

Castration of Red Devon Calves

This is the first article submitted by new Red Devon USA board member Jenny Sabo and we are very happy to have Jenny on board.  The two internet sources that Jenny used for information in her article are listed in the the article.  The first was written by freelance author Marci Whitehurst and the photo […]

April 16th, 2017|Association News, Business, Devons, Husbandry, News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Selecting Replacement Heifers

Burke Teichert says to let Mother Nature do it!
Burke Teichert is retired from managing the various western ranches that make up Deseret Ranch which is owned by the Morman Church and is one of the largest ranching operations in the west. He now writes blogs for BEEF Magazine.  In his blog post on 12/3/15 he […]

February 18th, 2017|Association News, Cattle News, Devons, Genectics, Grass Fed Beef, News, Uncategorized|1 Comment

Time to Get Started Again

Yes, It is Time
After I finished my term on the Board of Directors last September I thought I would take a couple of months off from the RDUSA blog.  Before I realized it 2 months had become 5, so I guess it is time to get started again.  I am happy to announce that Jenny […]

February 16th, 2017|Association News, Business, News, Opinion, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Upcoming Southern Rare Cattle and Oxen Events

The following information regarding upcoming rare cattle and oxen events comes to us by way of Kendy Sawyer from HineSite Milking Devons and Kerry Cows in Fries, VA.

March 25.  Lisa Carpenter is directing the historic agriculture program at Historic Brattonsville in McConnellls, SC. March 25 from 10 to 4 is their Children’s Day. She’ll be […]

February 4th, 2017|Cattle News|0 Comments

Red Devon USA News

Devon Breeders,

Merry Christmas and a happy new year to all!  I hope this email finds you well and celebrating the holidays with friends and family.

While you’re celebrating and thanking the Lord for all that you have, I would ask you to please keep several people in mind. First, I would ask you to think of all those who […]

December 23rd, 2016|Association News|0 Comments

Newsletter from Jeremy Engh

We had another great National Show and Sale this year, and I want to thank all of our consignors for their support.

Circle K Devon’s Jewel, with a bull calf by her side, was this year’s top selling animal at $7,000.

We would  like to congratulate Lenoir’s Creek Devon (Charlie and Martha Trantham) on winning Grand Champion […]

November 30th, 2016|Association News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Practical Benefits for Commercial Producers in using Red Devon Bulls in a Commercial System

Running bulls in an operation always comes with a few extra headaches. The possibilities of aggressiveness and fence jumping are part of the working day for a cattle producer during breeding season.

However, in using Red Devon bulls over the past 10 years, we have found that the Devons vastly simplify the potential unpredictability of bulls […]

October 11th, 2016|Association News, Cattle News, Devons|0 Comments

Hillside Pastures

RDUSA Conference, Show and Sale
It’s almost here.  If you have not finalized your plans and arrangements to attend the conference, show and sale you need to do so very quickly.  Activities start on Thursday and go through Saturday (Sept. 8 – 10).  There is an excellent lineup of speakers with Gabe Brown, Dr. Allen Williams, […]

How Devon

As we approach our annual Conference, Show, and Sale in Dubuque on September 8th -10th, the RDUSA Board has been privy to the latest update on the sale animals (including pictures).  The sale catalogues should now be arriving to RDUSA members, and you can see that It is a terrific group of animals.  Prospective Devon […]

August 30th, 2016|Association News, Conference, Devons|1 Comment