The nation's largest beef registry association with some 30,000 adult and junior members. You will find information about many of the programs the Association
offers its members and the commercial cattle producers who use registered Angus bulls.
The purpose and object of the Ankole Watusi International Registry is to recognize Ankole-Watusi cattle as a distinct breed in order to protect thier ancient, rare, and unique heritage,
originated in Africa; to preserve its purity through proper breed practices; to promote public awareness of Ankole-Watusi cattle as a distinct breed."
This website serves as a table of contents and links to other U.S. Belted Galloway Society pages and to pages of interest to persons interested in the Belted Galloway breed of cattle. This
page will be updated as new material is added.."
The UBB is an association of cattle breeders dedicated to the improvement of Braford cattle. It primary purpose is to assist in member's efforts to bring quality Braford breeding
to the commerical cattlemen in the world."
The unexcelled combination of Brahman and Angus quality sets Brangus apart. The blend of selected individuals from the two parent breeds results in a breed that better combines efficiency of production
and exellence of end product than any breed--new or old."
Check this website for the latest information about the American-International Charolais Association's registration, breed improvement, membership, calendar of events, Charolais Journal
contacts, animal performance statistics and the lastest genetic evaluations."
The American Gelbvieh Association (AGA) is one of the oldest German cattle breed with a national organization of cattle breeders whose mission is "to register, improve and promote Gelbvieh cattle."
Today, there are nearly 70,000 active, registered Gelbvieh cows in the U.S. and 2,000 active members of the AGA.
The American Highland Cattle Association is established to serve its members and their customers by:
Assuring the preservation and improvement; providing opportunities for fostering business and social relationships among
Highland breeders; cooperating with and encouraging research; advancing education and promotion and enhancement of ethical and humane
principles in the raising, selling and showing of Highland cattle.
Salers cattle are dark red or black in color and known for rare combinations of economically important traits.
The American Salers Association website has sire summary information, animal queries, sale/semen catalogs,
registry information and other links of interest.
Read about the history of the Shorthorn breed; study and evaluate data on Shorthorn performance at the Meat
Animal Research Center in Clay Center/NE; view pictures of typical Shorthorn cattle and request your copies of new informational videos
The primary purpose of the TLBAA is to register Texas Longhorn cattle. With the dedication of Texas Longhorn breeders and far sighted cattlemen who banded together in 1964
to preserve the breed, the number of Texas Longhorn cattle registered in the United States and Canada has grown to almost 250,000 from the original few hundred.