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canada     Salers Association of Canada  
 
  Salers originated in the south central region of France - the Auverne. In 1840 the breed took its name from the small medieval town of Salers
 
     
 
      Canadian Milking Shorthorn Society Canadian Milking Shorthorn Society  
 
  Milking Shorthorns are a very old and established breed, and is currently regaining popularity in Canada as a very efficient and profitable breed of dairy cattle. The breed was established in the 18th century in Northwestern England.
 
     
 
      Canadian Simmental Association Canadian Simmental Association  
 
  Parisien, the first Simmental bull brought into Canada, was imported in 1967. By 1969 the Canadian Simmental Association was incorporated under the Livestock Pedigree Act.
 
     
 
      simmental quebec Association Simmental du Quebec  
 
  Promoting the Simmental breed to potential markets within our province as well as abroad.
 
   
 
      canadian south devon Canadian South Devon Association  
 
  It is believed South Devon cattle were imported to Canada in 1969 and 1970. The present Canadian South Devon Association was formed in 1975
 
     
 
      specklepark Canadian Speckle Park Association  
 
  The Canadian Speckle Park Association is a non-profit organization. The mission is to promote Speckle Park cattle, implement mandates for breed improvement, expand membership and develop markets.
 
     
 
      canadian wagyu association Canadian Wagyu Association  
 
  Two Black Wagyu and two Red Wagyu bulls were imported from Japan to the USA in March, 1976. At about the same time, semen from a fifth bull, Itotani was brought into Canada.
 
     
 
      Canadian Welsh Black Cattle Association
Canadian Welsh Black Cattle Association
 
 
  Welsh Blacks first arrived in Canada in 1970 via the U.S.A. and further direct importations have followed. They are present in nine provinces and many U.S. states, with a concentration of breeders in Alberta. Welsh Blacks offer the commercial cattleman a profitable alternative for herd improvement.
 
     
 
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