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Editorial from the RDUSA Board of Directors
Just a reminder that we always welcome your comments.  Also, let us know if you have any questions or problems that you would like to see addressed on the blog page and be sure to let us know what specific topics you would like us to cover on the […]

That Lush Green Grass of Spring!

Editorial From RDUSA Board of Directors
At the last Board of Directors meeting a discussion led to the suggestion of helping new and inexperienced breeders (and also experienced breeders) with any problems or questions they may have.  So we would like to hear from you.  What problems would you like help with, what questions would you […]

A Major Change in the Fall Conference and Show

A Change in Venue
The original plans for the RDUSA Fall Conference and National Show and Sale included the use of the Grant County Fairgrounds (located at Lancaster, WI).  Grant County Fairgrounds was chosen because of it’s excellent facilities for the Show and Sale and meeting hall for the program and meeting.  The hotel accommodations were […]

First Article in the Historical Series

Anne’s First Article in the Historical Series

As reported in a previous post, board member Anne DeRousie is working on a historical section on Red Devons for the RDUSA Handbook.  As part of that project she has agreed to do a few historical articles for our website blog.  Following is the first article.  Hope you enjoy.

 

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We Need Your Help!

Board Member Looking for Historical Records of Red Devon Cattle

Anne Derousie, who has a great deal of experience in historical research, has agreed to write historical articles on Red Devon Cattle for RDUSA.  With her educational level and previous experience with historical research with other organizations, Anne is an excellent choice for this task.  She […]

Deadline Approaching for Devon World Congress and Tour

World Devon Congress and Tour in the UK

The 2016 World Devon Congress and Tour is scheduled for June 5 through June 20 in the UK.  The deadline for booking registrations and reservations is Feb. 29, but you can still book your spot for the two week event after that date with a 100 British Pound […]

Follow Up to Last Post

Two Interesting Comments

We welcome comments to any of our posts on the RDUSA blog and recently have received several excellent responses.  The last post,” USDA’s AMS Making Changes”, received two very good and informative responses.  Because I don’t know if many follow up on old posts to check for comments, I decided to make everyone […]

USDA’s AMS Making Changes

AMS is Pulling Grass Fed and Naturally Raised Standards 

A couple of weeks ago fellow board member Anne DeRousie sent me the following article found on the meatingplace.com website.  Written by Rita Jane Gabbett, the article is “USDA’s AMS Pulls Standard for Grass Fed, Naturally-raised Meat”.  Ms. Gabbett reports that the USDA’s Agriculture Marketing Services has announced […]

Buyers are Looking for Quality Red Devons

Buyers are Calling, Do You Have What They Want?

Red Devon USA has been contacted by potential buyers wanting quality Red Devon and Red Devon cross calves.  Three buyers would like to put together large lots, one of steers, one of organic steers, and one of Red Devon cross heifers for breeding.  If you have any […]

4th Annual Southern Iowa Grazing Conference

The Southern Iowa Grazing Conference is Feb. 12-13 in Bloomfield, IA.
The annual Southern Iowa Grazing Conference will emphasize soil health, dairy farming, and grassfed beef production on Friday and Saturday, February 12-13, at the Mutchler Community Center in Bloomfield, IA. Join farmers and colleagues from across the Midwest to network, learn, and enjoy delicious farm-grown […]

January 20th, 2016|Association News, Cattle News, Grass Fed Beef, Health, News, Uncategorized|0 Comments