The Member Handbook has been designed to make being a Gelbvieh breeder easier and more enjoyable. In it you will find helpful tips on establishing and maintaining a successful Gelbvieh seedstock business. You will learn how to produce and promote a high-quality, desirable Gelbvieh product and how to deal with the required paperwork. By clicking on any of the links in this online handbook, we hope to help ensure your success and longevity as a Gelbvieh breeder so that your relationship with the CGA is enjoyable for many years to come.
Formerly known as the Whole Herd or All Inclusive, the concept of the Total Herd Program is a voluntary, inventory based fee structure This program has been endorsed by the Beef Improvement Federation and the Canadian Gelbvieh Association.
Annual Herd Assessments (HAS) are due each year on April 15th or the next business day following this date on all females that are 13 months of age or older as of January 1. To remain a member in good standing, both your annual dues and annual herd assessment must be paid.