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Black Hereford are beef cattle originally derived from the Hereford cattle, but with some mixture from black Angus cattle. John Gage established the American Black Hereford Association as a non-profit corporation in 1994. And in 1997, the first Black Herefords to qualify for registration were recorded. And the breed received international breed designation in 2003 by the National Association of Animal Breeds. The association implemented it's own Expected Progeny Difference (EPD) ratios for individual animals by 2005. These EPD ratios help producers for using performance data collected from each animal and its offspring to accurately predict the performance of future offspring. The American Black Hereford Association is experiencing strong growth throughout the United States with a surge in both breeder membership and animals registered.

Black Hereford cattle are just like the original Hereford cattle in size and appearance, except their color. They are mainly a black cattle breed with a white head and finching (a stripe along the spine). They are often crossed with black Aberdeen Angus cattle for producing hybrid vigor.

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