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Our office number: 210-561-2892.

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Why Braunvieh?
The most asked questions directed at most Braunvieh breeders are:

   "What is a Braunvieh?" and

   "What kind of a crossbreed is Braunvieh?"


First of all, Braunvieh IS NOT a crossbreed. Nor is it a new breed developed using two or more breeds. On the contrary, Braunvieh may be the oldest pure breed on earth, with records dating back to 800 B.C. Recently, archeologists have found cattle bones among the ruins of the ancient Swiss Lake Dwellers similar to those of the present day Braunvieh. This would date these cattle in the region to the Bronze Age.

This is the docile breed associated with the scenic Swiss Alps. Development of the breed came into its own in the 18th century in the mountain valleys of Switzerland and production records on milk and meat performance were established in the 19th century. Today, roughly 40% of the cattle in Switzerland are Braunvieh and they have spread throughout the world. Due to their high performance and adaptability, Braunvieh are used in all major countries of the world. Braunvieh are found in over 60 countries extending from the Arctic Circle to the tropics at altitudes varying between 0 and 12,500 feet. World population of Braunvieh is over 7,000,000 head. Herdbooks are being kept by breeders' associations in 42 countries.

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Posted by : esilvas on Monday, May 09, 2016 - 02:47 PM
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Our new offices are in transition.

Thank you for your understanding. We look forward to serving you.

UPDATE: We have transferred our number and you can call us at 210-561-2892.
 
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spacer.gif   Fall 2015 EPDs Now Available
Posted by : esilvas on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - 10:01 AM
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The Fall 2015 NCE has been completed and the resulting EPDs are now posted.

If you have any questions or notice any errors/mistakes, please contact the office with as much detail as possible.
 
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spacer.gif   Performance Data: Spring 2014 EPDs Now Available
Posted by : esilvas on Friday, February 28, 2014 - 10:10 AM
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The Spring 2014 NCE has been completed and the resulting EPDs are now posted.

If you have any questions or notice any errors/mistakes, please contact the office with as much detail as possible.

 
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Posted by : Emilio Silvas on Friday, November 08, 2013 - 04:04 PM
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This Saturday, November 9. 2013, we have scheduled website maintenance to begin at 8PM CST. It will continue through Sunday. The website should be available Monday morning.

Updates will be available on the GPS Status Website, http://status.gps-beef.com/.


 
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spacer.gif   Fall 2013 EPDs Now Available
Posted by : Emilio Silvas on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 - 09:48 AM
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The Fall 2013 NCE has been completed and the resulting EPDs are now posted.
Please review your herd trends, and the values/rankings of your individual animals.
 
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