At Flying H Genetics, we work hard for you the customer everyday to provide excellent quality cattle made up of sound genetics from the breed leaders. Our ranch is focused on 5 breeds of cattle that perform well for us.
Generations of hard-working cattle producers have spent years perfecting their product, adopting the latest technologies, studying performance data, analyzing markets and consulting industry experts. Today’s producers seek seedstock that make their work easier while providing positive economic returns.
The ability of the Angus breed to fulfill producer expectations has become increasingly apparent since the black-hided breed made its debut in the United States in 1873. Since that time, prudent producers everywhere have recognized the breed’s ability to introduce functionality and value into their herds, while cutting operating costs, reducing time and labor requirements, balancing traits, and boosting profits.
The Angus breed offers a comprehensive approach— including improved genetics, a variety of management resources and programs, and people—to facilitate producers’ success.
Progressive. The merits of Angus genetics are visible throughout the beef supply chain. The desirability of these genetics has been aided by the commitment of the Angus industry to invest in the breed’s success along with the progress of the beef industry. Consequently, those interested in Angus genetics can benefit from a variety of the American Angus Association’s innovative tools and resources, ranging from extensive herd records and registry data, to industry-leading educational programs and services.
Practical. Angus genetics provide a practical response to the demands of today’s beef industry. The breed’s versatility offers opportunities for both seedstock and commercial producers to fulfill management needs and respond to market demands. Proven. Angus cattle produce results that satisfy producer and consumer needs. The breed’s genetic merits include its many versatile traits, which contribute to the breed’s exceptional value. These desirable genetics, combined with the Association’s comprehensive evaluation of herd data provides producers the assurance to utilize precise genetic selection to improve their herds and provide consistent products for their customers.
Profitable. Superior genetics have led to premium markets and a high demand for Angus cattle. This market demand has been bolstered by the breed’s proven ability to fulfill consumer expectations and is complemented by the American Angus Association’s innovative programs and services.