Maintaining pedigree records of New Zealand’s (and the world’s) finest beef breed, to marketing top quality AngusPure beef to the world, Angus NZ leads the farming industry of New Zealand.

The New Zealand Angus Association (AngusNZ) is an Incorporated Society which aims to promote the use of the Angus breed within New Zealand and maintain the ongoing integrity of the breed. The Association is governed by a council of seven (7) members with the assistance of the General Manager. Each board director represents a geographical area (Ward) and is elected on an annual basis with the President holding office for a two year period. The council meet on a regular basis to discuss the Association’s direction and set policy.

AngusNZ maintain and update the New Zealand Pedigree Register using the TransTasman Angus Cattle Evaluation (TACE) performance recording system. The association provides breeders with valuable performance reports enabling them to further enhance their stud farming objectives. It also does national promotion, provides assistance with individual advertising & promotion and offers a wide range of farm-based services.  The association provides input into industry-wide issues and co-ordinates breed marketing opportunities. Along with an Annual magazine and monthly e-newsletters, Genetic Evaluation report of registered bulls and cows are published and distributed to all breed members as part of the ‘membership package’. The herd book entries are the recorded progeny of about 25,000 stud Angus cows farmed nationwide.