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Piedmontese Cattle Association

Piedmontese, the Myostatin Beef Breed

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The North American Piedmontese Cattle Association (NAPA)

1740 Co. Rd 185

Ramah, Colorado 80832


Established by the breeders themselves, NAPA is dedicated to expanding and developing the future of this truly unique beef breed. We are at your service.

For information on NAPA Services, click here....

Accurate Registration at reasonable fees, promotion & marketing through the only Official Breed magazine...& much much more....

Enjoy your visit and come back often !


The Piedmontese Association - ....-... The Piedmontese Breed:

The Piedmontese Beef Cattle Breed is the "Myostatin Breed"...defined as "Cattle from traceable Piedmontese heritage which possess a minimum of one-copy of the Piedmontese-specific Myostatin allele mutation." NAPA registered Fullblood & registered Naturalean Piedmontese are all homozygous (2-copy) for this gene that increases yield & improves tenderness.

Evolved in the Alps Mountains of north-west Italy - the area known as the Piemonte, which means "foot of the mountain" - the Piedmontese breed is a natural for the production of lean tender beef... It's all genetics !

Since their introduction to North America, many visionary breeders have helped to establish these cattle and the Association responsible for record-keeping and issuance of Registration Certificates - NAPA - the North American Piedmontese Association. The first breed registry to make a gene (the C313Y Myostatin mutation) a mandatory registry requirement.

Here you will find information on this beef cattle breed, the Association, and up-coming events

Visit the Site Navigation Page to easily locate information - such as the Pedigree & Member Search Engines


Email us at NAPA by clicking on the name.

Last up-date May 2, 2016


Genetically Tender - Consistently

Piedmontese - every time