The RWDCA was established in 1964, based on the principles of an open herdbook and the bloodlines of the Red Holstein. Nearly fifty years later, the RWDCA is a strong and growing organization. The breed publication, The Red Bloodlines, links the membership and keeps them informed. Subscribers in over 20 countries receive the latest news on Red & Whites.
The RWDCA offers economical, efficient services in two basic areas:
- Information needed by Red & White breeders in all facets including sire data, cow features, shows, sales, breeder interviews, international stories and more.
- Promotion of Red & Whites on a worldwide basis, both as a breed and for individual breeders.
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RWDCA Mission Statement
The RWDCA strives to encourage and promote the progressive breeding and development of superior Red & White Dairy Cattle by providing breeders with information, programs and services to help track, evaluate and improve the breed from one generation to the next.Membership Application
Junior Membership Application
Bylaws of the Red & White Dairy Cattle Association
The Early Years of the RWDCA by Larry Specht