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South African Cattle Breeders Associations and Societies
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south africa     Boran Cattle Breeders Society of South Africa Boran Cattle Breeders Society of South Africa
  The Boran developed in Eastern Africa and the main Boran hotspot was the Borana plateau in Southern Ethiopia. That was a point where all the different breeds migrated through to their various destinations in Africa.
      SA Braford
SA Braford
  The winning combination of top Hereford and Brahman genes enables the Braford to adapt, reproduce and thrive in a variety of very different environments from extreme heat to extreme cold, wet and dry environments and Brafords cope extremely well with South African diseases.
      brahman Brahman Cattle Breeders' Society of South Africa
  The introduction of the Brahman to South Africa originated back in 1954 when eight males and ten females were imported from Texas.
      za The Brangus Society of South Africa
  In South Africa the oldest stud is that of Mr Raymond Green of Ladysmith, Natal. He started breeding Brangus in the Republic of South Africa in 1963. The first Brangus Club was established in 1976 in order to gain recognition for the breed.
      Braunvieh South Africa Braunvieh South Africa
The first importation occurred in 1907 and the Breed Society was formed in 1925 making it the second oldest Braunvieh Society in the world.
Jean Pugibet     sa charolais logo SA Charolais  
  In April 1966, a mere 3 years after the first substantial imports of Charolais into South Africa, the Charolais Breeders' Association of South Africa was affiliated to the South African Stud Book and Livestock Improvement Association as a corporate body.
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