CN August September 2023 Vol. 62 Issue 5

On the Human Side

Why Do You Read CALF?

NATIONAL Milford and Peggy Jenkins , and Dr. Barry and Roxanne Pollard were recently inducted into the Honorary Angus Foundation at the National Junior Angus Show . Their unyielding support for Angus youth and passion for the foundation’s mission earned them this prestigious recognition. The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association , a contractor to the Beef Checkoff , debuted the very first episode of the docuseries, Cattle Calling , featuring Burtrum Cattle, LLC of Oklahoma. The highly anticipated release will provide consumers with an in-depth look at the cattle farming and ranching industry. Visit to see the first episode. The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame will welcome five 2023 inductees at the 47th Annual Induction Luncheon and Ceremony in November. The incoming Hall of Fame members includes Mary Fields , Meggan Hill-McQueeney , Annie Reynolds , Gladys Roldán-de-Moras and Kendra Santos . COLORADO Patrick Doyle, Ph.D. , will be the new head of the Colorado State University Department of Animal Sciences in the College of Agricultural Sciences. He will start his new position Oct. 2, 2023. Doyle currently serves as associate dean for the College of Agriculture at California State University, Chico .

"I read CALF News because I enjoy the well-written articles. It keeps me tuned in to what is going on here and in the world concerning the cattle industry. CALF is my go-to evening reading." JOEL LEO Cow-Calf Rancher and Bull Producer Dannebrog, Neb.


SUMMERTIME IS THE TIME TO CELEBRATE NEW FRIENDS. Seen here are my son, Lance; granddaughter, Willow; along with Col. Glenn Collins; his son, Jack; mother, Joy; sister, Jackie; and son, Glenn Jr. A military family from Scott Air Force Base south of Saint Louis, Col. Collins was celebrating his retirement from the service by being the grand marshal of the local 4th of July parade and throwing out the first pitch at the Cardinals game. Photo courtesy Betty Jo Gigot

BRAXTON TATE COLE OF LOCKNEY, TEXAS, SHOWS HIS HEIFER AT THE 2023 NATIONAL JUNIOR ANGUS SHOW IN GRAND ISLAND, NEB., JULY 7. Judge Jirl Buck of Madill, Okla., liked her; she was later named Reserve Champion in her division of the Owned Heifer Show. The National Junior Angus Association hosted 739 exhibitors from 37 states the first week of July. Enthusiastic youngsters came to town with 1,757 head of cattle. Photo courtesy Patti Wilson


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