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By becoming a member of the Canadian Blonde d'Aquitaine Association, you give your customers the peace of mind that your business is recognized through the nation as well established and known for its quality business practices.

We invite you to become part of the organization, a non-profit corporation that encourages, develops, promotes, and regulates the breeding and import and export of Blonde d'Aquitaine cattle in Canada. Remember, the success of the Canadian Blonde d'Aquitaine Association is dependent on an active and involved membership.

If you have any questions at all, please feel free to Contact any Board member.

This page is for members only. If you forgot your password, please contact a board member.

Bylaws, Fees & Herdbook

The Canadian Blonde d'Aquitaine Association is governed by a member-approved Constitution and Code of Ethics. The following links will get you this information, and more. If you have any questions or comments about either of these documents, please contact any member of the Board of Directors.



Policies and Procedures

Electronic Registrations

Electronic registration is designed to make the registration process easier and faster by eliminating the need for hand written applications and mailing time to the CLRC office.


Follow this link to begin the process

In certain cases, you may be required to forward additional documentation This includes the foreign certificate in the case of registration of imported animals, and embryo documentation for ET calves.

Please note that transfers of animals that are already registered cannot be accepted electronically, as the existing certificate must be surrendered to CLRC in order to receive the transferred certificate.

The final thing to note regarding electronic registration is that fees must be paid either by credit card or by an existing credit in your Blonde d'Aquitaine account at CLRC.

If at anytime you experience difficulties in the electronic registration process, please do not hesitate to contact the CLRC staff. We will be pleased to assist you.

SNP DNA testing

The CBDA Board has decided that we will change the Laboratory providing our DNA services, and the type of DNA parentage test we are using for our breed.


We have been using a Microsatellite parentage test and we will be moving to a SNP parentage test.


This change became effective February 10, 2016.

Details here

Igenity Hair Sample Instructions

Are your AI calves eligible for registration?

AI sire list and registration eligibility of offspring

Est-ce que vos veaux issus d'IA sont éligibles à l'enregistrement?

Liste des taureaux IA et admissibilité à l'enregistrement de la progéniture

1/29 Robertsonian Translocation Carriers

This list contains carriers of 1/29 Robertsonian Translocation that have been confirmed through blood chromosome analysis, and have subsequently been reported to the Canadian Blonde d'Aquitaine Association.


It also contains animals identified as 1/29 carriers through the pattern of inheritance.


If you have a confirmed carrier animal not on this list, please contact the Association.

1/29 Robertsonian Translocation Carriers 
(Updated April 23, 2015)

Axonopathy - Newly Identified Defect

Axonopathy is a newly identified defect. Below is a status list of the French AI bulls that are present in the Canadian Herdbook.

As of February 22, 2017

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