> 2013 National Junior Heifer Show ENTRY FORM & RULES
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The 6.25% rule is in effect for all Chianina Assoc. Sponsored shows including the National Junior Heifer Show. If born on OR after 1-1-12 must be 6.25% OR higher. Please call the office with questions.
:: RESTRICTED BULLS – The following bulls are currently restricted for registration because they are lacking DNA and/or Genetic Testing information. No calves will be registered out of these bulls until the proper testing is on file. If you have any questions, please give us a call.
- Bleeding Purple, Ladies Man, Troubador, Solid Gold, Cool Customer, Headliner, Smooth Sailing, Jack Frost
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:: New Percentage Rule for ACA Sponsored Shows
- Breeding cattle born on or after January 1, 2012 must have a minimum of 6.25% Chianina blood in order to participate in ACA nationally sponsored shows or sales. Breeding cattle with less that 6.25% Chianina blood are still eligible for registration and may still be shown or sold at any show or sale other than ACA nationally sponsored shows or sales. Nationally sponsored shows or sales include the following: The Southewestern Stock Show & Rodeo held in Ft. Worth; the Junior National; the National Show in Louisville; and the National Western Stock Show in Denver.
- Please note cattle born before January 1, 2012 that have less that 6.25% Chianina may still show in ACA nationally sponsored shows.
- If you have questions regarding this, please contact the ACA staff or any ACA Board Member.
The American Chianina Association was officially organized in June 1972 in Kansas City, MO. The original ACA office was located in Blue Springs, MO, until November 1982, when a permanent ACA National Headquarters was built in Platte City, MO. The primary purpose of the ACA is to register and transfer seedstock and maintain records of pedigrees in the breed's herdbook. The National staff promotes the breed at various livestock events around the country, as well as publishes a breed magazine and other promotional publications as a service to the association's membership.