Members receive copies of the Gelbvieh Guide in the mail. There is an up-to-date list of events in each issue. We also keep our Online Calendar current, so check it out regularly as well.


  • Nominations are open for the GAA/BC Purebred Breeder and Commercial Breeder of the Year. Please forward all nominations to Lorna Okell at 403-378-4898 or or Jason Muhlbach at 403-740-2526 or
  • The Canadian Gelbvieh Association is proud to announce the Dams of Distinction and the The Canadian Gelbvieh Dams of Merit Award winners for 2018. These cows represent the very elite of the breed. View the List Here.
  • Has your mailing address changed? Due to Canada wide rural address changes, Canada Post has changed several rural addresses. If your address has changed recently, and you wish to continue receiving the Gelbvieh Guide magazine, please contact us or call 403-250-8640 with your old address along with your new address.
  • The "Orange Gelbvieh" RFID tags can be ordered online. They are sold in bags of 25 tags and purchasing them is very simple. Just log onto the CCIA website, go to their tag order, and follow the prompts, or phone 1-877-909-2333 to set up your web store account. Tag orders are payable by credit card only.

FIELD DAY - At Davidson Gelbvieh & Lonesome Dove Ranch

On July 28, 2018, Davidson Gelbvieh and Lonesome Dove Ranch hosted a Customer Appreciation Day and Cattle Tour at their ranches southwest of Ponteix, SK. They were honoured to host tour participants from across Canada and the United States, as well as right close to home too. Friends, customers, neighbours, and family enjoyed a cow-focused afternoon of viewing purebred Gelbvieh pairs which the round up crews had gathered nicely in each pasture. After touring several pastures, the day was rounded out with a beef supper, hospitality, and visiting at the sale barn.

FIELD DAY - At Twin View Livestock

Twin View Livestock hosted the Man/SK Gelbvieh Field Day on August 4. Aaron and Joe were proud to host over 120 people for a great day at their home located near Parkbeg, SK. Guests came from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and North Dakota. It was a great day for all with overcast conditions and a much needed shower of rain late in the day. Pens of cattle including cows with heifer calves, cows with bull calves and bred heifers were on display.

For more Show Results, visit the "News & Notes" column in the most recent issue of the Gelbvieh Guide.