About

Kenya is the home of the Boran, and the Boran Cattle Breeders’ Society has been dedicated to improving and developing the breed since the early 50s. Many of Kenya’s prime Boran genetics have made their way down to South Africa, and the rest of the world, where they in turn continue to flourish. Here you will find out more about our history, standards, objectives and how to become a member yourself. Please do get in touch with us if any of your questions are not answered here, or if you need any more information on anything. We welcome new members and would be happy to assist you in any way you need.

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BCBS HISTORY

Strains of the East African Shorthorned Zebu originating in Ethiopia were …

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BREED STANDARDS

The Society’s Executive Committee sets and maintains standards, which are …

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SOCIETY OBJECTIVES

The BCBS was the first breed society in East Africa to create guidelines for …

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DOCUMENTS

BCBS Constitution | Scale of Points | Rules | AGM Reports | Ect …

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MEMBERSHIP DETAILS

Follow the link for more information on what membership entails.

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How to become a member

It’s fairly straightforward to become a member of BCBS. Get in touch…

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Registered inspectors

Follow the link for a list of our current registered and learner inspectors.