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Hereford cattle are extremely functional and marketable in commercial programs.
Incorporating Hereford genetics into your breeding program can provide you improved efficiency, fertility and longevity, an unbeatable disposition and a beautiful, sellable cross.
The Hereford breed is important to the commercial industry and you're important to the Hereford breed.
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|06/25/13||Advertising Deadline for August Hereford World||Missouri||details|
|06/29/13||Pennsylvania, Mason-Dixon and West Virginia Field Day||Marianna, Pennsylvania||details|
|07/15/13||Advertising Deadline for September Hereford World||Missouri||details|
|07/25/13||Ohio State Fair Hereford Show||Columbus, Ohio||details|
|07/25/13||Hereford Research Foundation Fundraiser on BuyHereford.com||Missouri||details|
|07/26/13||Mason-Dixon Hereford Assn. Show||Dunbar, Pennsylvania||details|
|07/27/13||Empire Classic Hereford Show||Canandaigua, New York||details|
|08/01/13||West Virginia State Show||Harrisville, West Virginia||details|
|08/02/13||Sonoma County Fair & Expo Hereford Show||Santa Rosa, California||details|
|08/03/13||Ozark Empire Fair Hereford Show||Springfield, Missouri||details|
In November 2010 the AHA Board implemented a policy requiring DNA on all future walking herd sires. Therefore, any sire born after Jan. 1, 2011, must have DNA on file at the official AHA lab — GeneSeek Inc. — prior to registering calves out of that bull.
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Check out these DNA testing resources:
• DNA Testing Procedures Fact Sheet
• How to Collect Samples video
To request DNA kits or for more information, contact Toni Shapiro at 816-842-3757 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On April 9, 2013, the American Hereford Association (AHA) released new genomic-enhanced expected progeny differences (GE-EPDs) based on new correlations updated because of the addition of more than 2,000 animals with 50K genotypes. >> Read more