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Updated December 12, 2023

Blonde Cows are the perfect mothers for your growing calves.The Canadian Blonde d'Aquitaine Association is an association of progressive breeders dedicated to the continuous improvement of the Blonde d'Aquitaine breed, in a way that provides seedstock with superior breeding values for both the commercial and purebred cattleman.

Since the breed was first introduced into Canada in the early 70s, Canadian breeders have worked hard to bring the breed forward to the 21st Century.

Through genetic improvements, the breed has been readily accepted by the commercial cattleman. Through steer trials, bull tests, heifer evaluations (recently added), and performance recording programs, the Blonde breed has shown it has many attributes to offer the beef industry.

Blonde bulls create high gaining calves.With moderate sized calves, these fine-boned lengthy newborns do not begin to muscle up until about 4 - 6 weeks of age, making them an ideal cross for just about any breed.

Blondes are noted for their lean, tender beef, high yielding carcasses and superior feed to gain conversions in the feedlot.

The Canadian Blonde d'Aquitaine Association was incorporated under the Live Stock Pedigree Act on July 15, 1970.

Blonde d'Aquitaine cattle in Canada are registered through the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation, the national pedigree service for purebred livestock in Canada.

If you would like a free information package, please E-mail the Canadian Blonde d'Aquitaine Association.

Canadian Blonde d'Aquitaine Association
c/o Canadian Livestock Records Corporation, 2417 Holly Lane, Ottawa, Ontario K1V 0M7
Phone: 613-731-7110 ... Fax: 613-731-0704 ... E-Mail
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