Business Brief: Local Angus breeder recognized for efforts to improve cow productivity
Tamme Valley Farm in Danville recently enrolled in the American Angus Association’s MaternalPlus program as a commitment to making genetic improvements in lifetime cow herd productivity.
Breeders participating in MaternalPlus are keenly focused to better evaluate herd reproductive performance, the number one profit driver in the cow-calf industry.
MaternalPlus is a voluntary, inventory-based reporting system that collects additional reproductive trait data to provide Angus breeders and their customers the information they need to make effective selection decisions.
To date, more than 110 breeders have completed MaternalPlus enrollment.
For more information on MaternalPlus, visit the Association website or access AAA Login.
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