American Cattle Breeders Associations and Societies
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American Salers Association
A group of Canadian and American cattle producers imported the first Salers bull, Valliant, into Canada in 1972.
Mid-Coast Santa Gertrudis Association
The United States Department of Agriculture recognized the Santa Gertrudis as a distinct breed in 1940.
Senepol Cattle Breeders Association
Senepol can be found thriving in 21 states & countries such as Venezuela, Mexico, Philippines, Zimbabwe, Brazil and many others where their tropically adapted production is needed.
American Shorthorn Association
The first real development of the breed occurred in the valley of the Tees River about 1600. When first brought to Virginia in 1783, the breed had attained the name Durham.
American Simmental Association
The Official Web Site. Serving the needs of Simmental cattle breeders since 1968.
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.
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