The Green Grass of Spring

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The Green Grass of Spring
The Green Grass of Spring
How if Affects Calf Growth and Cow Breedback
What a joyful moment it is […]

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

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, […]

2016 Annual Conference and Cattle Breeding 101

2016 Annual Conference

 

Yes, the 2016 Annual Conference, Show, and Sale will be here before you know it.  The dates are September 8-10 with all activities in the Dubuque, Iowa area.  Go to the Red Devon USA website for more information.  The exact time schedule for all 3 days has now been posted on the website. […]

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 […]

Info on Fall Conference, Show and Sale

It’s only Seven Months Away!

Yes, the 2016 Fall Conference, National Show and Sale is only 7 months away and the planning is almost complete.  So let’s see what’s going to happen!
The Dates
The dates for the activities are September 8-10.  Yes this year will have a 3 day format.
The Location
The location is going to be in […]

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 […]

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 […]

Back to the Same Source

We Want to Hear Your Comments

We had two excellent comments submitted about our last blog post and a phone call from New Zealand so I decided to go back to the same source.  But first, I want to invite everyone to submit comments on our blog posts.  It does not make any difference if you […]

Is the Average Cow Too Big?

Drovers Cow/Calf Thinks So!

The October 27 blog post, titled “Marketing Survey Says”, came from the Drovers Cow/Calf  which is part of www.cattlenetwork.com.  Today I’m going back to that source using the recent December 2015 issue and the editorial page written by Alan Newport.  In that article Mr. Newport concludes that the cows in the nation’s cowherd […]