Longevity is the single-most important selection trait for livestock producers. It`s easy to see why. Longevity incorporates all the other traits: fertility, soundness, efficiency, production, performance, etc. Dr. Allen Williams puts all this together in his article, “Grass Genetic Selection 101.”
We began our Red Angus herd with a set of teenage cows from Buffalo Creek Red Angus. These cows had stood the test of time, and many of their daughters make up the base of our herd today.