Halton-Peel Holstein Club

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Halton-Peel Holstein Club

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  • Peel Holstein Club
  • Peel Holstein Breeders' Club

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Dates of existence

18 Sep. 1884 -

History

Halton-Peel Holstein Club, formerly Peel Holstein Club, operates out of the West-Central Ontario district of the Ontario Holstein Branch, the provinical link of the Holstein Association of Canada. The national entity was formed in 1884, the provinicial entity in 1981.

The groups' activities include the Halton-Peel Holstein Show, held during the Brampton Fall Fair, and social events for members.

Peel farmers were prominent in the breeding of Holsteins. The Holstein Association of Canada (now Holstein Canada) has had four national presidents from Peel: D. E. Smith, 1888-1889, Jack Fraser, 1948, Doug Dunton, 1962, and Howard Laidlaw, 1975. Local branch past-presidents include Town of Caledon Mayor Allan Thompson.

As of 1989, the group had members whose postal delivery was for routes in Georgetown, Norval, Orangeville, and Terra Cotta.

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Peel Federation of Agriculture (1941 -)

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CA

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Peel Federation of Agriculture is an umbrella group, which includes the Halton-Peel Holstein Club.

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CA

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