As you will see, this is not just another breed of cattle and this is not just another association. It is our mission to provide market opportunities for our members. We will not leave you out of the loop. We offer breeders who use Akaushi genetics a complete program, from conception to consumer, which will put more dollars in your pocket. According to the experts, what the beef industry needs is a higher quality, more consistent product. With Akaushi you can achieve this in just one generation.
The American Angus Association is the nation’s largest beef registry association with over 30,000 adult and junior members. Our goal is to serve the beef cattle industry, and increase the production of consistent, high quality beef that will better satisfy consumers throughout the world.
The American Brahman, the first beef breed developed in the United States, has played an important role not only in crossbreeding programs throughout the United States and beyond, but also has become a common thread connecting other American breeds developed in the last century.
The purpose of the American Embryo Transfer Association is to unite those organizations and individuals in the United States engaged in the embryo transfer industry into an affiliated federation operating under self-imposed standards of performance and conduct;
• To present a unified voice of the industry to promote the mutual interests and ideals of its members;
• To protect the users of the embryo transfer industry to the extent technically and ethically possible;
• To educate the public properly to the status and capability of the United States embryo transfer industry; and to encourage others to engage in the pursuit of this industry.
American Aberdeen cattle are easy calving, good natured cattle that are very feed efficient and maintain themselves on grass. They have excellent taste, texture and tenderness beef characteristics and exceptional ribeye area per hundred pounds of body weight which translates to very high yielding, high quality, high value beef carcasses.
The official site of the American Hereford Association.
With more than 3,300 adult members and 1,000 junior members, the AICA is one of the most dynamic and innovative breed organizations in the country! The AICA is the official registry of Charolais and Charbray cattle in the United States.
The American Maine-Anjou Association (AMAA) is a registered cattle association based out of Platte City, Mo. The primary function of the AMAA is to provide quality service, support and knowledge to its membership by promoting Maine-Anjou genetics and upholding the integrity of the membership.
The official site of the American Shorthorn Association.
The ASA was formed in 1968 in Bozeman, Montana, following the birth of the first Simmental sired calf in the United States. The organization was founded by a contingent of breeders who shared the common goal of further developing and improving an existing breed using sound performance principles.
The American Wagyu Association promotes and upholds the standards for Wagyu beef, the finest quality of beef available in the United States. Highly prized for their rich flavor, these cattle produce arguably the finest beef in the world. Wagyu cattle’s genetic predisposition yields a beef that contains a higher percentage of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids than typical beef.
BBU’s Mission is to enhance breeder’s ability to raise and promote cattle based upon the founding “Six Essentials.” Disposition, Fertility, Weight, Conformation, Hardiness and Milk Production.
The Braunvieh is a well-muscled animal with correct feet and legs, due to generations of natural selection in the Swiss Alps. Braunvieh are known as a balanced breed, possessing body confirmation for optimum physiological performance. This and the fact that their hair is sleek and fine in warm weather and can grow heavy in response to extended cold weather makes Braunvieh adaptable to different environments. The physical characteristic that this breed is rapidly becoming noted for is the carcass traits that are needed to carry the beef industry into the next century.
The BueLingo Beef Cattle Society has as its primary objectives the development, registration and promotion of the BueLingo breed of cattle, in the United States of America and throughout the world. It is believed that the BueLingo breed can make an important contribution to the improvement of the Cattle Industry. The Society is open to all cattle breeders who wish to engage in a supervised upgrading program, and shall endeavor to establish an efficient system of registration and recording. It is the intention of the Society to maintain high breeding standards with the emphasis placed on production efficiency.
Champion Genetics is your custom collection service of choice. We offer bull and buck semen collection at your site or at our facilities.
Elgin Breeding Service, Inc., was founded by Dr. W.H. Cardwell in 1954. EBS is recognized as a pioneer in custom bovine semen production. Facilities are located in Elgin, Texas.
Semen quality, bull care, semen exports, artificial insemination services, professional photography and veterinary consultation are a few of the services we provide.
The IBBA empowers members to advance the quality, reliability and value of Brangus and Brangus influenced cattle; provides innovative programs and services which enhance the economic well-being of members and commercial customers.
A school dedicated to teaching bovine embryo transfer classes. We also offer training courses in bovine artificial insemination, bovine embryo splitting and general embryo transfer lab techniques. Embryo transfer services can also be performed at your location.
The purpose of the National Association of Animal Breeders (NAAB) as defined by its By-Laws is “…to unite those individuals and organizations engaged in the artificial insemination of cattle and other livestock into an affiliated federation operating under self-imposed standards of performance and to conduct and promote the mutual interest and ideals of its members.” This excerpt portrays the scope and purpose of NAAB, a non-profit organization, established in 1946.
The official site of the North American Limousin Foundation.
The Red Angus Association of America is founded on the principle that its members and clientele are goal oriented: that goal being profitability in the beef industry. Therefore RAAA provides its members with tools to move toward the goal of profitability in the beef industry.
Santa Gertrudis Breeders International provides progressive leadership, services, programs and technology to promote and broaden the long-term profitability of Santa Gertrudis influenced within the beef industry by being member driven and consumer-focused. Santa Gertrudis Breeders International’s vision is to provide superior member service, actively seek and use partnerships to leverage success and maintain a focus on profitability for members and their customers.
Santa Gertrudis… The Preferred American Beef Breed
The Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America is a North American organization of ranchers who participate in the breeding and husbandry of Texas Longhorn cattle. Based in Fort Worth, Texas, the organization was founded in 1964 to serve as a registry for the longhorn breed.
United Braford Breeders (UBB) is the only organization registering Braford cattle in the United States. Our organization represents the interests of all Braford breeders throughout the U. S. and our programs are focused on assisting members in their efforts to breed functional Braford cattle.