South Devon Cattle Breeders Societies and Associations
South Devon Cattle Society of New Zealand
First introduced to NZ in 1969, their role in cross breeding for beef herd improvement is now firmly established with 56 studs nation-wide supplying bulls for this purpose.
North American South Devon Association
The first South Devons were brought to the United States in 1969 and in 1974. The NASDA was formed for the purpose of development, registration and promotion of the South Devon breed of cattle in this country.
South Devon Herd Book Society
The origin of the Devon is prehistoric. It is one of the oldest breeds in existence and originated in England in the County of Devonshire
South Devon Cattle Breeders' Society
of South Africa
The first importations to arrive in South Africa reached the Cape from England in 1879. Today close on 350 males and 1 400 females are registered
South Devon Cattle Breeding Group
The SAS Breeding group was set up by like-minded breeders to help improve the genetic advancement of the herds by using reference sires to link all the herds together.
South Devon Cattle Breeders
The first South Devons were imported into Victoria, Australia, in 1908, by A.S. Chirnside, and again in 1921.They were shown many times during this period, at the Royal Melbourne Show.