AngusSource black book ordering open

AngusSource black book ordering open

Orders are now being accepted for 2016 BRS-AngusSource calving black books.

Orders are now open for 2016 AngusSource black books, pocket-sized recordkeeping tools that help producers track cattle and calving trends and details.

"Black books can be the most cost effective herd management system for your operation," says Ginette Kurtz, Angus Association director of commercial programs. "They are a popular item with both registered and commercial producers of all sizes."

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Orders are now being accepted for 2016 BRS-AngusSource calving black books. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

The 2016 books are available in any quantity for $3 each and can be customized, free of charge, with purchases of 100 or more. Customized orders may include the operation's logo and contact information foil stamped onto the back cover, while standard orders feature the Association's logo.

Orders must be placed no later than July 31 and customized orders should be proofed prior to sending in the information.

Offered through the Association's BRS program and AngusSource, the black books are a way for cattle producers to collect the information they need to submit back to the office or track important milestones or dates for enrolling in marketing programs, Angus says.

The books include sections for recording pasture usage, calf information, AI breeding records, supplement and cattle treatment records, in addition to a section for notes and a yearly calendar.

"Cattle records are critical when it comes to making data-driven decisions to improve overall herd profitability," Kurtz says. "Place your order today to ensure timely delivery this fall."

Books will be shipped on or around Oct. 15 – just in time to distribute to customers during the fall marketing and holiday seasons.

Orders are now open for 2016 AngusSource black books. (Angus photo)

To place orders, contact the AngusSource department at 816-383-5100 or email [email protected].

"The books are a great way to advertise an operation 365 days a year," Kurtz says. "They are a simple promotion that can be handed out to customers throughout the entire year, on the ranch or at shows and conventions."

Source: Angus

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