2022 Winter ATA Meeting
will be held at
Cattlemen’s Congress Livestock Show

Oklahoma City Fairgrounds
Friday, Jan. 7th & Saturday, Jan. 8th, 2022

Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express & Suites,  Oklahoma City Mid -Airport Area
(7817 South Walker Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73139)
The group code is EG2 Reserved under the ATA (American Tarentaise Association)
Phone (405) 606-8811 

Please call and request one of the rooms in the block for the ATA.


Tarentaise Online Pedigree Website Update

Member Only Page Log In & ATA Cattle Registration System Log In (Open to Members Only)

Click to Log into your member only page & the ATA Cattle Registration System

First time users should use the following link to set up their login account:



** A valid ATA membership with a valid email address in the member record is reqired.
Enter email into the form and follow the instructions.**

All progeny and registrations should be sent to:
Associated Registry
420A Lincoln
Wamego, KS 66547
r call 785-456-8500 to input any new registrations (please do not upload them to the old system).
Thank you.


420A Lincoln St.
P.O. Box 231
Wamego, KS 66547

PHONE 785-456-8500
FAX 785-456-8599
EMAIL asregistry@gmail.com

Tarentaise cattle in North America were originally imported from the French Alps and improved over the past 30 years to provide the beef cattle industry with the traits required to complement the British breeds and bring higher profitability and efficiency to commercial cattlemen. Tarentaise cattle provide natural muscling, increased milk, excellent fertility, legendary longevity, feet and legs built to travel, length and thickness in a moderate frame, and an adaptability to widely varying range conditions.

Read more about this extraordinary breed on this website and contact a breeder in your area for more information on how you can benefit from using Tarentaise and Tarentaise influenced cattle on your ranch or farm.

10 Reasons for Keeping Tarentaise Cattle

  1. Produce good yields of milk under poor conditions.
  2. Produce milk rich in protein and with the optimum protein butter fat ration for production of high quality cheese.
  3. Are capable of utilizing large quantities of roughage
  4. Adapt well to wide variation in environment and climate
  5. Have strong feet enabling them to forage over difficult terrain
  6. Are of proven high fertility
  7. Calve easily, rarely requiring assistance
  8. Have a strong constitution resulting in outstanding longevity, illustrated by a very low culling rate
  9. Are resistant to ophthalmia and other diseases
  10. Produce tasty beef economically from young bulls

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