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Age verification is recording the birth date or start of calving season information on your calves in the Canadian Cattle Identification Agency (CCIA) database. The Canadian Angus Association will age verify cattle that have been tagged with a Canadian Angus RFID indicator on your behalf.
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Developed in 1989 by the CAA, the Gold Show program encourages breeders to move between regions to show cattle. Individual animals must show in a minimum of three Gold Shows in at least two different regions in a given year to qualify for awards. Awards are presented based on the number of points collected over the course of the show season.
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Helping You Prepare For Your Sale
As a member of the Canadian Angus Association, you may take advantage of a number of tools to help promote your business and sell your cattle. Click to learn more about these programs.
The Canadian Angus Association will be hosting our National Convention 2021 in Saskatoon, SK in collaboration with the Saskatchewan Angus Association from June 10-12, 2021.
Mark your calendars to save the date! More details will be posted as they are confirmed.
Leaders and Elite Programs
Leaders and Elite Programs are a quick way to locate the best elite cows and sires that may be perfect for your breeding program. We provide this service to help develop the Angus breed overall.
Members who email their completed sale catalogue will have it published on the Canadian Angus Association website, event calendar and Facebook.