South Devon Cattle Society of New Zealand

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About Us

First introduced to NZ in 1969 the Breed’s role in cross breeding for beef herd improvement is now firmly established with studs nation-wide supplying bulls for this purpose.

Membership Forms

Interested in joining? You can find a membership form on our Membership Forms page. If you are an existing member you can also find a Transfer Authorisation Certificate.

Sales & Results

All bull sale results for the current year are available here. We also archive all previous year's results.

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Our catalogue is at the printers and you should have a hard copy hopefully by the end of this week. Let us know if you would like a copy if you don’t normally get one.
The online version in ebook form is available now if you can’t wait for your hard copy, just click on the link.

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Helpful informationHeading into bull buying season, it’s worth spending some time reviewing your breeding objectives – what do you want to achieve from your beef system on your farm?

Beef + Lamb New Zealand's podcast featuring former National Beef Genetics Manager, Max Tweedie, discusses the information contained in the ‘Better Beef Breeding resource booklet.

Have a listen to help develop your understanding of Estimated Breeding Values (EBV’s), identify the traits important to achieving your objectives, compare bulls to breed averages and learn how to visually assess bulls’ sexual and structural soundness.

All this will help you to select the right bulls both on figures and visual assessment.

Check it out here ➡️
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Something for the South Devon youthFUTURE BEEF PHOTO COMPETITION

Thank you to everyone for your understanding around the cancellation of our 2020 event.

We don’t want all your hard work to go to waste so we have decided to run a photo competition. Details below!

Any questions flick us a message 😊

Get snappin! 📸
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  1. World Conference 2020

    November 10 @ 12:00 pm - December 4 @ 5:00 pm