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Bazadaise have proven since arriving their adaptability as a breed that will excel in all climatic conditions throughout Australia. They are a breed with huge potential, a breed that has the ability to make an enormous contribution to the quality of carcase supplied from the Australian beef producer.
Bazadais Cattle Society Inc. being an incorporated body since 1998.
The objects for which this society is established are:- to encourage
the breeding of Bazadais cattle and to develop promote and maintain
the purity and improvement of the breed in Australia.
Blondes are the third largest breed in France and were introduced to Australia via semen and embryos in the 1976. Since then Blonde bulls have been recognised by beef producers across Australia as being a sire that increases their profits.
Some 400 Bonsmara embryos were first imported into Australia in 1998 from the Republic of South Africa, followed by semen from the USA. The Society was formed in 2000, and there are now over 3000 Bonsmara infused cattle in the country.
Brahman beef cattle were developed by innovative north Australian
cattlemen who appreciated the economic value of a beef animal which
could adapt to harsh tropical climatic and environmental conditions.
In 1972 when
the import bans were lifted, many European breeds were introduced
including Braunvieh. Breeding records since 1975 using an Up-grading
program with Braunvieh semen over four crosses to Purebred resulted
in the first Purebred born in 1984.