Category Archives: Association

Youth Teams for World Forum Selected

After a weekend of trials, the team selection for the youth members travelling to the World Angus Forum to represent New Zealand is complete! Thank you to all those who attended the action packed weekend; we got there in the end and even the weather played the part. We would like to send special thanks…
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Tru-Test Angus Bull Unit Update

All 28 yearling bulls held at the Tru-Test Angus Bull Unit are now on farm, which is located on Milson Line, Feilding. On Monday 5th December, all the bulls were re-tagged and given a bull unit number by Kim Lowe from Zee Tags. They were also weighed by Paul Gilligan of Tru-Test, and Jo Scott from Zoetis took the tissue samples for the i50K testing at the same time. We'd like to thanks these sponsors for their ongoing support of the project.
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Canterbury A&P Show Results

Congratulations to all those who competed and assisted with the Angus cattle at the recent Canterbury A&P Show. The standard of cattle entered was very high and was indeed a credit to you. Canterbury A&P Show Results 2016 BEEF CATTLE (Angus) Cow, with her own calf(s) at foot (3 years and over). 1st Place:    Floridale…
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World Angus Forum – Scotland 2017

World Angus Forum - Scotland 2017   We have received 15 applications to be part of our team for the Youth Competition at the World Angus Forum in Scotland in June-July next year.  Of those who have applied, a total of 9 final candidates will travel to Scotland and represent Angus NZ and Generation Angus,…
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Advertising – Angus Magazine 2017

Advertising bookings for the 2017 edition of the Angus Magazine are now live. Be sure to get in quick to gain access to the best positions throughout the magazine. All bookings close November 30th 2016.   Angus Magazine 2016 The Annual Angus magazine View Online Download PDF Sign up to our mailing list to receive your own…
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B+LNZ Genetics Beef Breeder Update

B+LNZ Genetics and Meat and Livestock Australia are in the final stages of formalising an agreement to work together on major beef projects across both countries. This is significant. It means sharing data and resources, thereby enhancing the work of both New Zealand and Australian researchers – for the benefit of both countries’ bull breeders and buyers. The agreement extends to both existing and…
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