Powered by the American Hereford Association, 1881, has a mission to share stories of the breed’s rich history in the beef industry, connect with the faces behind the bald face and share the progress that has impacted operations across the country. We’ll bring you content that appeals to cattlemen and women of all ages looking to learn more about the breed bringing people home. Come Home to Hereford.
A familiar voice to the livestock industry, passionate Hereford breeder and 2021 Hereford Hall of Merit inductee, Jim Birdwell joins the podcast to share about his career as an auctioneer.
The Hereford breed is known for its rich history in the beef industry. On this episode, Craig Huffhines, former American Hereford Association executive vice president recounts the growth of the breed and Certified Hereford Beef during his time with the association, and looks toward the future of Hereford research with the announcement of the cooperative research agreement with Colorado State University.
After a banner week in Louisville, Ky., for the Junior National Hereford Expo, Shane Bedwell was joined by the chairmen of the National Junior Hereford Association and American Hereford Association. Noah Benedict and Bruce Everhart highlight the future of the breed in this episode focused on Hereford youth.
Involved in multiple segments of the beef industry and vice president of the AHA, Bill Goehring shares insight on a variety of topics impacting cattlemen and women. Hear his story and thoughts about the industry moving forward on this episode of 1881.
The history of artificial insemination, the future of technology, and the role of Hereford genetics in the beef industry are discussed in this episode of 1881. Hear from Cody Sankey, Genex, and Aaron Arnett, ST Genetics, as they discuss a range of topics important to the industry.
To celebrate beef month, Shane Bedwell visits with Bill Esch, Hen House, and Amari Seiferman, Certified Hereford Beef, to discuss the history of CHB on this episode of 1881. Tune in to hear a unique perspective on the brand and a look into the future.
With an unwavering passion for the Hereford breed and the beef cattle industry, Glen Klippenstein created a life bettering both. An inductee into the American Hereford Association Hall of Fame in 2005, and former American Polled Hereford Association chairman, Glen shares stories from his life and the history of the Hereford breed in this episode of 1881.
In the late 1940s, Holden Herefords and Cooper Herefords Line 1 programs were established to increase the predictability of their herds. Tune in to hear about the Line 1 tradition that continues today with guests Jack Holden, Valier, Mont., and Mark Cooper, Willow Creek, Mont.
There is no doubt the baldy female is sought after by cattlemen and women to add maternal efficiency to their herd. The baldy female has done just that for our next 1881 guest, Anton Hermes. Tune in to hear the impact Hereford genetics are having on this cow herd located in Limon, Colo.
On our first episode of 1881, host Shane Bedwell visits with Jack Ward, AHA executive vice president. Listeners will get a behind the scenes look at how Jack and Shane both landed their careers with the AHA, the history behind the name 1881 and a brief look at where the AHA is headed.
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