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Re: A Steak in Genomics

Postby HerefordGuy » Sat Aug 20, 2016 10:22 am

A Steak in Genomics
ASA Simmental Fall Focus Teaming Technology with Tradition
Nuts and Bolts of Animal Breeding
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2016/08/asa-fall-focus-nuts-and-bolts-of-animal.html

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Re: A Steak in Genomics

Postby HerefordGuy » Sat Aug 20, 2016 12:12 pm

A Steak in Genomics
ASA Fall Focus: Application of Genomic Technology to Optimize Herd Replacement and Produce Elite Breeding Stock
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2016/08/asa-fall-focus-application-of-genomic.html

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Re: A Steak in Genomics

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Re: A Steak in Genomics

Postby HerefordGuy » Fri Dec 16, 2016 4:05 pm

A Steak in Genomics
Beef Genetics Education Team Announces National Youth Essay Contest:
“What does it mean to be a beef breeder in the 21st century?"
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2016/12/essay-contest.html

Over $1,000 in cash and prizes! Be published! Share your vision.

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Re: A Steak in Genomics

Postby nortexsook » Tue Dec 20, 2016 10:58 am

Rattling your trap to hear your own voice?

Have you ever done any actual research yourself? Or do you just regurgitate your nonsense all over the internet. I'd be interested in seeing some research that you actually performed yourself. And not some "meta analysis" where you glob onto someone else's work.

What a waste of taxpayer resources. Get off the titty and get a real job....
That's a joke, son. A flag waver. You're built too low. The fast ones go over your head.

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Re: A Steak in Genomics

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Re: A Steak in Genomics

Postby Silver » Tue Dec 20, 2016 6:55 pm

Well that's gotta be a little embarrassing

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Re: A Steak in Genomics

Postby HerefordGuy » Fri Apr 07, 2017 12:31 am

I apologize for cross posting on multiple boards.

Latest post from A Steak in Genomics.

Discussions From the Mailbag
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/04/discussions-from-mailbag.html

Spring 2017 Decker Extension Evaluation Survey
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/04/spring-2017-decker-extension-evaluation.html

2017 Cattle Raisers Convention How to Create Highly-Valued Feeder Calves
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/03/2017-cattle-raisers-convention-how-to.html

2017 Cattle Raisers Convention Common Traits of Successful Ranches
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/03/2017-cattle-raisers-convention-common.html

2017 Cattle Raisers Convention: Making the Cow Herd More Efficient by 2037
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/03/2017-cattle-raisers-convention-making.html

Second Youth Leadership Academy seeks applications
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/03/second-youth-leadership-academy-seeks.html

2017 North Carolina Cattlemen's Convention
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/02/2017-north-carolina-cattlemens.html

ReproGene Workshops: High-quality, profitable beef made possible by genetic tests
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/02/reprogene-workshops-high-quality.html

Red Angus DNA Scores Align with Carcass Results
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/02/red-angus-dna-scores-align-with-carcass.html

AgFRONT: The Path To A Successful Technology Commercialization
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/01/agfront-path-to-successful-technology.html

eBEEF.org Hair shedding scores: A tool to select heat tolerant cattle
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/01/ebeeforg-hair-shedding-scores-tool-to.html

Brangus Journal: Using Genomics in Your Herd
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/01/brangus-journal-using-genomics-in-your.html

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Re: A Steak in Genomics

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Re: A Steak in Genomics

Postby HerefordGuy » Wed May 10, 2017 9:06 am

A Steak in Genomics
Brangus Journal: Gene Editing, What Beef Producers Need to Know
http://blog.steakgenomics.org/2017/05/brangus-journal-gene-editing-what-beef.html


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