Summer Internship Opportunity with AICA and Charolais Journal
This intern program encompasses much of the AICA’s summer activities including event planning and execution of the Junior National Show & Leadership Conference, production of the June/July and August issues of the Charolais Journal and social media and communications management. Apply by February 15, 2020. Click here for complete details.
Market Feeder Calves with CharAdvantage
CharAdvantage is an IMI Global age, source and genetic certification program designed to add more value to Charolais-influenced feeder cattle. By enrolling in this program, you receive source, age and genetic verification in the calf crop that you are currently marketing. Click here to learn more!
January 2020 EPDs
The January 2020 Genetic Evaluation has been released. AICA is releasing genetic evaluations six times annually. February 1 is the data and genomic submission deadline for the March 2020 EPD release. For current breed averages, tables and animal search, click here.
Complete Series and Individual prints available of Seasons of Charolais
An Autumn Drive
White on White
Only 15 complete series left! Limited prints of each painting available. Image area of 14.5” x 18.5,” ideal for 20” x 24” frame. $150/print or $600 for entire series. Payable to ACF, includes shipping. Proceeds benefit the American Charolais Foundation – Youth & Education. To order, contact Kaitlyn Chism, 816-464-2474 ext. 201, email@example.com
AICA Sire Selector Tool
Learn how to utilize the AICA Sire Selector Tool by viewing this instructional video. Brett Spader of the National Center for Beef Excellence will discuss the valuable ways to utilize the AICA Sire/Dam selector to identify genetics according to EPDs, TSI index and additional search parameters at the Commercial Committee Meeting during the Spring AICA Meetings at Harrah’s North Kansas City, March 26. Click here to use the AICA Sire Selector.
CHAROLAIS—VALUE, VERSATILITY & PROFITABILITY
Charolais breeders have done a great job of creating cattle with the genetic potential to get big and put on pounds. That’s good for us. We’re in the business of selling beef!” Todd Sigmon, operations manager for Dinklage Feedyards in Nebraska and Colorado, depends on Charolais and Charolais-cross cattle.