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Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders' Association
  The Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders' Association of the USA was formed in 1880 when a group of Brown Swiss breeders organized themselves in Worcester, Massachusetts.
      maryland brown swiss Maryland Brown Swiss Cattle Associaton  
  Maryland and the surrounding states have a large number of superior registered Brown Swiss cattle.
      charolais usa American-International Charolais Association  
  The first Charolais to come into the United States from Mexico are believed to be two bulls, Neptune and Ortolan, which were purchased from Pugibet by the King Ranch in Texas and imported in June 1936.
      American Chianina Association
American Chianina Association
  Chianina (pronounced Kee-a-nee-na) is one of the oldest breeds of cattle in the world. Originating in Central Italy, Chianina were initially introduced into the United States in 1971, when the first Chianina semen was imported.
      usa logo American Dexter Cattle Association  
  The American Dexter Cattle breed is a descendant, from the original herd of Irish Mountain Cattle assembled in Southwest Ireland in the early 1800's by a Mr.Dexter.
      American Galloway Breeders Association American Galloway Breeders Association  
  In 1882, during the Fat Stock Show in Chicago, Galloway breeders formed the first Galloway registry in the United States. The Galloway is one of the world's oldest beef breeds, the descendant of two distinct aboriginal breeds of Scotland. 
      usbeltie U.S. Belted Galloway Society  
  The Belted Galloway's first recorded history indicates that they developed during the 16th Century in the former Galloway district of Scotland
      Western Belted Galloway Association Western Belted Galloway Association  
  Belties were first imported to the United States in 1939. Mature cows weigh 1100-1300 pounds with bulls at age five in the 1800-2000 pound range. Belties produce exceptionally lean and flavorful meat.
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