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new zealand   gelbvieh new zealand
Gelbvieh Cattle Breeders Society of New Zealand
  The official world wide website for Gelbvieh beef cattle in New Zealand. elbvieh is the Continental Breed of Choice based on overall profitability.  No other breed can compete with the growth, muscle and maternal power of Gelbvieh .
australia   australian gelbvieh association
Australian Gelbvieh Association
  Gelbvieh was a late-comer to Australia, arriving only in 1989. Since then, around 7,000 animals have been registered, and there are more than 250 members in the Australian Gelbvieh Association.
usa     American Gelbvieh Association
American Gelbvieh Association
  Gelbvieh cattle were first imported into the United States in 1971. The American Gelbvieh Association is dedicated to its mission of "Recording, promoting and improving Gelbvieh cattle." 
canada     Canadian Gelbvieh Association
Canadian Gelbvieh Association
  The Canadian Gelbvieh (pronounced Gelp-fee, German meaning "yellow cow") Association (CGA) is a non-profit, member regulated organization, dedicated to the promotion and improvement of Gelbvieh cattle.
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      Midas Gelbvieh au Murgon, Queensland  
    gelbvieh cattle breeders of south africa
Gelbvieh Cattle Breeders' Society Of South Africa
  The first bull was donated by the Bavarian government to the Dept. of Agriculture in 1974. The importation of animals from Germany by Grey & Grey Landgoed,
Ludwig Döhne and Hunts Gelbvieh Stud ushered in a new era in South African Gelbvieh breeding.
    The Queensland Branch - Australian Gelbvieh Association
The Queensland Branch - Australian Gelbvieh Association
  The Gelbvieh breed began it's assault on becoming the preferred Euro alternative for productive crossbreeding programs in Queensland, in the early 1990's. Gelbvieh cattle have since put their stamp on productivity in Queensland herds, from the southern border to the tropical north.

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