• Society Overview

    The Charolais Society of Australia Ltd (CSA) is a dynamic organisation made up of like minded cattle producers, with members located across Australia and the world.

     

    Charolais Council
    Eight Charolais breeders are elected by members to represent them on the Charolais Council. One representative from each state (QLD, NSW, VIC, SA, TAS & WA) and 2 national representatives. The elected Council members then select a President, Vice President and Honorary Treasurer.  The Council are responsible for issues such as breed improvement, export development, breed promotion, regulations, and more. Please click on the below link to view a list of current Council Representatives and their contact details.

     

    Charolais Regions
    Each state also has their own Regional committee who run their own breed promotion and activities, such as feature shows, youth events, sales, and more.  Any Charolais breeder can attend regional committee meetings and can apply to be a member of the committee. To find out how, please contact the relevant representative in your state. Please click on the below link to view a list of current Regional Representatives and their contact details.

     

    Charolais Office
    The Charolais Society of Australia Ltd has its head office in Armidale NSW. The office consists of a General Manager, Registrar, Finance Officer and Office Manager. All official activities are undertaken in the head office, such as cattle registrations, transfers, donor dam registrations, Overseas AI sire applications and much more.

    For more information about the Society and its activities please don’t hesitate to contact the Society.

     

    Past Presidents
    The first President of the Charolais Society of Australia Ltd was Mr Anthony Horden who served from 1969 to 1975. Since then, there are have been many Presidents who have each helped the Society move forward and develop into the dynamic organisation it is today. Please click on the below link to view a list of Past Presidents.

     

    Honorary Life Members
    Throughout the years, the Society has recognised and honoured those members who have shown unwavering passion for Charolais and outstanding leadership within the breed for the mutual benefit of all members. The first Honorary Life Member was Mr Anthony Horden in 1975. Since then there have been many influential members awarded this honour. Please click on the below link to view a list of Honorary Life Members

     

    Outstanding Regional Service Award
    In 2013 the “Outstanding Regional Service Award” was created to recognise those members who go above and beyond for the benefit of their Region. The Inaugural award was presented on the 12th of July 2013 to Sue Pike (Victoria).