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  British Blonde Society British Blonde Society  
  The Blonde d'Aquitaine breed has been established in the UK for over 30 years and continues to gain much respect from commercial farmers be they suckler producers or dairy men.
  Danish blonde breeders BAQ-Denmark  
  The breed was introduced into Denmark in 1983. In the next couple of years, heifers and some bull calves were bought in from France. A Few heifers and Bulls were also imported from UK. Today , Denmark has about 1000 purebred cows. This gives a total number of Blondes of about 2500 head.
    Bundesverband Blonde d'Aquitaine Bundesverband Blonde d'Aquitaine  
  Die Rasse Blonde d' Aquitane (BA) hat ihre Wurzeln im Südwesten Frankreichs. Sie bildete sich aus drei hellhäutigen Rassen, die früher zur Arbeit und Fleischproduktion eingesetzt wurden. Seit 1962 sind sie zu einer reinen Fleischrasse in einem Herd- buch zusammengefasst.
Canada     Le Quercy Ontario Blonde d'Aquitaine Association  
  Blondes were first imported into Ontario in 1972 and the Association's initial meeting was held in 1975 at Waterloo Ontario.
    canadian ba Canadian Blonde d'Aquitaine Association  
  Since the breed was first introduced into Canada in the early 70s, Canadian breeders have worked hard to bring the breed forward to the 21st Century.
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Worcester Blondes Sell to 3,900 Guineas
There was plenty of buying power present for the quality stock at the Blonde Society's Annual Spring Show and Sale at Worcester.

blonde cross calves
Blonde d’Aquitaine bulls are the tried and tested sire
for Roland Telford on his herd of more than 400 suckler cows run in the foothills of the Cheviot hills in Northumberland