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what is the history of this bull as well as when was the breed association formed? and what are the standards for registration? what characteristics would disqualify animal for registration?

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josh":2ud3khw5 said:
what is the history of this bull as well as when was the breed association formed? and what are the standards for registration? what characteristics would disqualify animal for registration?

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Here's a link to the OK State University livestock breeds website:

http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/breeds/cattle/

Click on Belgium Blues and it gives a history of the breed. It if doesn't give all the info you want, there's an address at the end for the breed association. They can probably answer any more questions.

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for your animal to be registered it must be 100% belgian blue, bred from pedigree stock.

there is no way you can enter the belgian herd book in any other way.

i know this because i am a BB breeder in belgium myself
 
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Hello:
A few years back when Belgian Blues where a new breed I did get some stakes from a Fullblood Belgian Blue and it was the best meat that I have ever eaten.

At one time here in the USA there where over five different Belgian Blue Assn.

I did hope and think at one time the large Turkey breeders and the large commerical Turkey opperations would understand and know how to raise and produce Belgian Blue meat on a commerical scale, with all of there high tech back ground and with all of there capital, I did think they could make some head way with the Belgain Blue breed on a large commerical scale.

There are some managment skills that are needed to raise fullblood Belgain Blues in a large commerical operation.

If I could buy Fullblood Belgain Blue meat I would do it, but so far there is nothing localy being marketed!

Where I am located at I do not think that Belgain Blues could deal with the high desert temps, I live about 130 miles west of Death Valley,CA.
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Lee
 

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