May  2015                                 
AAA News
The Northern Alberta Angus Club Tour is on Sunday, June 7th. The bus will depart the Radisson Airport hotel at 8 AM and the first stop will be at the Lacombe Research Station and will include viewing of the historic grounds, purebred herd and some feed and pasture research information, with a light lunch will be provided. The second stop will take you to the hamlet of Hoadley to view Bar Heart, J Heart and Thiessen Red Angus cattle and 4-H displayed Angus influence animals. A vet presentation on parasite control will be available along with sponsor displays. The day will cap off with a steak supper and refreshments. The entire day is complementary; just indicate you would like to join us for the day when you register for the CAA National Convention and reserve your seat on the bus.
New Alberta Angus Directory
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We look forward to providing a place for you to market or look for some new ANGUS cattle! Click here to join!

Don't miss the Angus Field Day on June 7! Scroll down for more information!
CAA News


The Canadian Angus Association National Convention is your annual opportunity to get involved with your Association and see what is happening with the Angus breed in Canada.  Meet fellow Angus breeders from across Canada and visit the CAA National Headquarters, Angus Central.  This weekend event will provide plenty of networking opportunities, informative sessions and fun!  Join us in Calgary June 4th - 6th and see what is happening in your Association. Whether it is your first time or you are a regular attendee, there is something for everyone.

Full Registration includes:

  • President's Reception Thursday evening at Angus Central - the official kick-off event includes light refreshments as well as transportation to and from the hotel. 
  • Cattlemen's Connection Day Friday - morning session and afternoon tours are included along with breakfast, lunch and a steak BBQ dinner.  Dinner will include a Funny Money Casino and silent auction.  Return transportation from the Hotel to Angus Central is included. 
  • Saturday morning begins with breakfast with the CAA Board of Directors - join us for breakfast and ask any questions you may have in regards to the future direction of your Association. Staff will be on hand and will be leading information sessions Saturday morning and the Canadian Angus Association and Canadian Angus Foundation Annual General Meetings will be held during the afternoon.  We will end Convention with the Saturday evening banquet where Pioneer Awards will be presented and the Building the Legacy sale will be a highlight of the weekend.  Celebrate a great year and dance the night away to a DJ to close out the night. 
  • Junior Registration is a full registration package at a reduced rate for Junior members of the Canadian Angus Association at a reduced rate
  • For an overview of the Convention click here.
To register online click here.
Click here for a printable form

For a complete convention schedule click here.



 (in partnership with Certified Angus Beef (CAB)

A two day learning & networking opportunity focusing on adding carcass value and increasing consistency of the final product.  This event is being held at Olds College, 4500 50 St, Olds, Alberta.  Call Angus Central (888-571-3580) or register online. Be sure to register quick as there is a limited amount of spots available to you!


Click here to see the schedule for Carcass 101.

If you need a room for Carcass 101, there is a block of rooms reserved at the Pomeroy Inn & Suites at Olds College for June 8 - 10th. Contact the hotel directly and quote "Group Code CAA" Call 855-800-8815(toll free) to reserve your room today!


Read more on the hotel here


Would you like to receive a DVD of the AC-TV Episodes? Click here for more information.
Meet the Producer
The next "Meet the Producer" was broadcast on May 15th, just before the long weekend.If you would like to have a look at the newest Meet the Producer click  here.
Attention Juniors!!!


May 24 - Country Classic, Josesphburgh, AB

July 6-10 - Summer Synergy, Olds, AB

July 16-18 - Showdown, Olds, AB

August 9-11 - AJAA Junior Show, Bashaw, AB




Showdown Travel Bursaries  



Your SAAC board works very hard all year long to promote the Angus industry, and keep the SAAC club as the most active Angus club in Alberta.  The board is also a very strong advocate for the youth of the industry.


This year's golf tournament will be held at the Cottonwood Coulee Golf Course in Medicine Hat on Friday July 24th, so be sure to mark your calendar.  Plans are in the works for another field day, stay tune for further details.


Click here for your 2015 membership form.  Your $20 membership fee helps the club to perform and carry out these activities to the greatest extent.  Please fill out and send in your payment at your earliest convenience.


Also as a reminder for ALL members to email in their information that they would like to advertise to the SAAC email list and we will pass on the information.  A very cheap way to get out to over 200 addresses of those with an interest in the industry.


Good luck to everyone with their 2015 calf crop, and keep an eye on your emails for your SAAC happenings!


2015 World Angus Secretariat in Mexico

In all our WAS messaging we are encouraging interested participants to book their travel with Monica Hillis of TierOne Travel in Calgary. She is going to work with our group to coordinate schedules regardless of departure cities; she has the schedule for the event and is familiar with how these types of events work. She worked with us on the 2009 Forum in Calgary as well as the 2013 New Zealand Forum so is familiar to many of the people who will be attending.


Monica's telephone number is 403-203-9266 and email is


Monica is happy to work with us again and will coordinate logistics for people to try and get everyone (booking through her) on similar schedules. Likely the Canadian group will all meet up in Houston on the way down. Given the smaller urban centres we are visiting in Mexico, there are fewer options, increasing the difficultly of our travel arrangements. Since we have to use two different airlines (United into Chihuahua and American Airlines return from Mazatlan) we won't get a group discount on travel to the World Angus Secretariat. 


Click here for the website for WAS.


In This Issue
Coming Events
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Angus Angle Deadlines
September Edition 
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February Edition
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Alberta Agriculture & Rural Development 
Check out the following sites to find tools, information and resources to assist in your farm business management planning!

Farm Manager Home Page


CAA Coming Events
Click here for a complete list of CAA coming events!
Did you know the 
Bashaw Junior Angus Show is celebrating 40 years this year?
To honor the 40th Anniversary of the Bashaw Junior Show at the 2015 Alberta Angus Association Hall of Fame Gala, AAA is looking for your favorite memories of the Bashaw Junior Show! Please send email them to the office at as well as any photos that you would like to share as well by May 31st. 
Angus Angle
If you do not receive a copy of the Angus Angle and would like to, please email
the office to be added to this mailout or you can read it online here.
Canadian Red Angus Promotion Society News

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