The Tennessee Black Hereford Association, like the American Black Hereford Association, promotes the breed, provides education to the community and provides ranches in Tennessee and neighboring states a central place for sales of animals, embryos and semen.
Helping Members Promote our Breed
What are the Black Hereford’s Characteristics and Personality
Our Board, our members, and their families
Upcoming Sales and Events in our Region and Around the Nation
PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
The Secret of Success
In 1997, the first registered Black Hereford bull was born on John Gage’s Blue Jacket Farm near Eudora, Kansas. The bull was named BJH Balder 7504 and carried the Black Hereford registry number HB000001. Before forming the Black Hereford organization, John Gage was a polled Hereford breeder. This first bull and his progeny have served the new breed well by providing outstanding growth, low birth and moderate milk.
In 2005, the ABHA consisted of 14 breeders in nine states.
Today there are 536 members in 39 states, and two countries.
The primary purpose of the American Black Hereford Association is maintain and promote the Black Hereford herdbook.
The Tennessee Black Hereford Association supports Tennessee and neighboring states’s farms and ranches
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