Commercial producers "Want It All." Hereford genetics fit today's complex beef industry that demands efficiency, accountability, predictability, profitability and sustainability. Learn more at Hereford.org/TheyWantItAll.
This section of Hereford.org is for business-focused commercial cattlemen who make their living in the beef industry.
Incorporating Hereford genetics into your breeding program can provide you improved efficiency, fertility and longevity, an unbeatable disposition and a beautiful, sellable cross.
We invite you to visit the pages in this site to learn more about Herefords -- The Efficiency Experts.
Hereford cattle have built a reputation for producing truly great-tasting beef. The Certified Hereford Beef (CHB) program continues to gain market share with CHB volume sold surpassing 51 million lb. during fiscal year 2015.
|05/06/16||South Carolina Hereford Association Annual Meeting||Clemson, South Carolina||details|
|05/07/16||South Carolina Hereford Assn. Sale||Clemson, South Carolina||details|
|05/07/16||Tennessee River Music Inc. Angus and Hereford Production Sale||Ft. Payne, Alabama||details|
|05/12/16||Kentucky Certified Hereford-Influenced Feeder Calf Sale||Stanford, Kentucky||details|
|05/13/16||Switzerland of Ohio Polled Hereford Assn. Sale||Old Washington, Ohio||details|
|05/13/16||Final Advertising Deadline for July Hereford World||Missouri||details|
|05/14/16||Broadlawn Farm Sale||Lena, Mississippi||details|
|05/14/16||Oregon Hereford Assn. Spring Social||Aurora, Oregon||details|
|05/14/16||New York Hereford Breeders Sale||Truxton, New York||details|
|05/21/16||Hereford Alliance Sale||Clifton, Texas||details|
State associations and Hereford breeders can utilize “He Want’s it All” ads in local and state publications or sale catalogs. To download AHA ads in three different sizes and color or black-and-white, visit HerefordResource.com. Also available is a one-page fact sheet about Hereford EPDs.
Steer exhibitors at the 2016 Junior National Hereford Expo (JNHE) must submit DNA for their steers by April 1, before they can enter for the show (according to new AHA rule, all steers must have a basic DNA test on file at the association). Once exhibitors have received the DNA results, the exhibitor can then ENTER his or her steer for the JNHE.