Press releases

Clanton Hired as National Shows Coordinator and Junior Activities Assistant

Bailey Clanton, Bucyrus, Kan., has been hired as the new American Hereford Association (AHA) national shows coordinator and junior activities assistant. Clanton graduated from Kansas State University in May 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture economics and served as AHA’s junior activities intern this past summer and fall.

Hereford Hall of Fame, Merit Inductees Honored

Hereford breeders Lilla Bell, Jackie Davis, the Douthit family and Gene Wiese were inducted into the American Hereford Association (AHA) Hall of Fame on Nov. 3 during the AHA Annual Meeting in Kansas City, Mo. Also during the meeting former Hereford executives, H.H. “Hop” Dickenson and T.D. “Dusty” Rich were inducted into the Hall of Merit.

Champions Named during American Royal Hereford Show

BPH 262 Chism 515Y and C&M New Mexico Lady 2008 won the grand champion bull and female titles at the 2012 American Royal National Hereford Show Nov. 4, in Kansas City, Mo.

Copeland Elected American Hereford Association President

Cliff Copeland, Nara Visa, N.M., was announced as the new president of the American Hereford Association (AHA) during the Annual Membership Meeting in Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 3.

CHB LLC experiences record growth in 2012

Fiscal year 2012 was excellent for Certified Hereford Beef (CHB) LLC, despite a challenging economy. CHB LLC posted a record year in volume at 47 million lb. sold – a 17.5% increase, and 2 million lb. higher than the previous record of 45 million lb.

Beef Industry Resurgence: Hereford Registrations, Cow Herd Inventories, Sale Averages Increase During FY 2012

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Despite back-to-back years of drought and escalating costs in the beef industry, the Hereford breed is making a mighty resurgence. Hereford registrations were up more than 8% during the 2012 American Hereford Association (AHA) fiscal year that ended Aug. 31. Registered cow herd inventories are up 3% compared to the previous year — with more than 101,000 females reported this fiscal year.

Youth Enjoy Opportunity to Learn About Genomic Tools, Genetic Improvement at Conference

An educational conference for youth on genomic and genetic improvement tools was held June 23-26 in Nebraska. The conference was titled the Young Leaders Conference at the 2012 National Program for Genetic Improvement of Feed Efficiency in Beef Cattle and the Weight Trait Project, and it was designed for young beef industry leaders. Two representatives from the Hereford breed –Lauren Schiermiester, Buffalo, Wyo., and Bridget Beran, Claflin, Kan. – were invited to attend.

Graber Hired as Creative Services Coordinator

Lindsay Graber, originally from Haven, Kan. is the new Hereford Publications Inc. (HPI) creative services coordinator. Graber has a master’s degree in agricultural communications from Texas Tech University and a dual bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications and animal sciences and industry from Kansas State University.

Hereford Genomic-Enhanced EPDs Available

The American Hereford Association (AHA) is the first beef breed to develop and market its own genomic predictions

2012 JNHE Press Releases

Here is a links to the press releases for the 2012 Junior National Hereford Expo, including show, showmanship, scholarship and award releases.

Show Releases:

Polled Owned Females Females

Horned Owned Females Females

more Auction To Raise Funds for Hereford Research

A variety of unique items and opportunities will be up for bid August 21 on with all proceeds benefiting the Hereford Research Foundation. For the last two years, has been hosting annual auctions filled with unique lots to benefit the foundation, and each auction has garnered more than $20,000 to help fund research.

Ash, Buck Top Showmanship Contest at Junior National Hereford Expo

KANSAS CITY, Mo. ­­­— Amanda Ash, Newton, Wis., was chosen champion senior showman July 5 at the Junior National Hereford Expo (JNHE) in Grand Island, Neb. Reserve champion was Bailey Buck, Madill, Okla.
After narrowing the field from 134 entries, the top 10 seniors not only had to prove themselves in the showring, but also at the fitting chute.


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