Canadian through and through

Speckle Park cattle got their start in Saskatchewan. Further development took place in North Battleford, Saskatchewan and Spruce Grove, Alberta. Speckle Park were only the second breed of beef cattle in Canada to be granted distinct breed status.

Benefits of black & white
Quality Carcass

Quality Carcass

Consistent quality marbling

Calving Ease

Calving Ease

A smart choice for breeding heifers

Maternal

Maternal

Great with people, protective against predators

The Canadian Speckle Park Association

TO BALANCE MODERN CATTLE GENETICS THROUGH CANADIAN INNOVATION — producing maternal, easy-keeping cows that raise high-quality feeder cattle.

Latest News CSPA Fall 2020 Newsletter

The Fall newsletter is now online! Please clink on the link to view PDF, or the picture to view... more

Speckle Park & Climate Resistance

Speckle Park were included in a unique study into heat resistance breeds which was featured in Country Life in... more

CCIA Introduces new Traceability Regulations

2020 will see changes in CCIA regulations regarding the movement of livestock. The following article outlines planned changes and... more

Resources Commercial Breeder of the Year Awards

The Commercial Breeder of the Year forms are now available. Please complete and return to: info@canadianspecklepark.ca Commercial Breeder Nomination... more

2020 Youth Bursary Awards

The Youth Bursary Applications are now available and due December 1st. Please complete and return to Youth Programs Coordinator Heather... more