Contemporary Grouping

Contemporary Grouping
Jessie England

Brangus Journal

I think the first question we need to ask ourselves, what exactly is a ”contemporary group?” – According to the Beef Improvement Federation, ”A contemporary group is defined as a group of cattle that are of the same breed composition and sex, are similar in age, and have been raised under the same management conditions. More simply put, a contemporary group is a group of animals that have had an equal opportunity to perform.” Only once we fully understand what contemporary grouping is, can we understand how it works.

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