WELCOME to the World Black Hereford Association's website
The WBHA would like to welcome Jan Thelin to the WBHA team. As of April 1, Jan will be taking over the duties of WBHA Executive Sec./Office Manager Beth Gainer who has decided to further her education and will be taking some college courses.
Jan is a native of Virgina where she has enjoyed raising her family with her husband in the beautiful foothills of the Blue Ridge. They have five children with only two teenagers left at home. She is a graduate of Brigham Young University with a degree in Early Childhood Education. She was a preschool teacher for several years. Jan is passionate about education and has been active in her community in academic organizations, as well as running a business with her husband providing educational products to area school systems and government programs for the past 20 years. While the cattle industry is a relatively new field for Jan she is excited about her new position. She also works part-time for John Genho at LGS and says, “ I am enjoying it very much and look forward to the opportunity to work with WBHA.”
Prior to April 1st, please continue to contact Beth Gainer. The WBHA thanks Beth for her tireless work for the association and wishes her well.
The World Black Hereford Association was founded in the summer of 2014. Today it is the fastest growing breed of cattle in the United States.
The primary purpose of the WBHA is to register and transfer Black Hereford seedstock as well as maintain records of pedigrees in the Black Hereford herdbook. Online registration is only $19 per animal and only $5 per transfer! Online registration services are now available for members. New members can sign up online or by calling the office.
The WBHA promotes the Black Hereford Breed and produces promotional materials for the association.
Get involved and be a part of the exciting new breed!