The American Blonde d’Aquitaine Association is a non-profit association organized to develop and promote the Blonde d’Aquitaine breed of beef cattle in the United States. Formed in 1973, the Association is an active group, with various programs and activities to support our many breeders throughout the US.
The Blonde d’Aquitaine is a well-established breed with many unique characteristics that will add value to your herd – either as females that contribute a docile demeanor, calving ease and plenty of milk that will simply bring more pounds to your herd at weaning, or as bulls that will give your calves exceptional birth-to-weaning lean growth that will add value to your cattle at any time.
Any of the many enthusiastic and dedicated ABAA breeders will be happy to tell you more and have you visit their operation to learn more about this amazing breed.
Explore our site and learn more about Blonde cattle. Please email us if you want more information or to talk to a ABAA officer or member in your area.