The Barzona Breeders Association of America (BBAA) is a non-profit organization established in 1968 to serve its growing number of breeders. The association provides a registry of purebred and percentage Barzona cattle and promotes the continued improvement of the Barzona breed. The BBAA is flexible, uncomplicated, run by practical cowmen and dedicated to keeping pace with the ever-changing needs of the individual breeder.
The cattlemen involved in the BBAA believe in the true economics of commercial beef production. The association is performance oriented and does not sanction or sponsor Barzona breeder cattle shows.
The BBAA “Breed Up To Barzona” program allows a breeder to use registered purebred Barzona bulls on any registered or crossbred cow base and register the female progeny as percentage Barzonas. With continued use of Barzona bulls, the progeny of the fourth-cross (15/16) Barzona females are registerable as purebred Barzonas. A breeder can use either single sire or multiple sire registered purebred bulls in their total breeding program.