Mission: The american maine-anjou association is a non-profit organization
Programs: The american maine-anjou association maintains cattle registration and transfer records in order to track and verify the pedigree and lineage information which is necessary to maintain, improve and promote the maine-anjou breed. Approximately 15,000 transactions are processed annually.
voice maine-anjou is the official publication of the american maine-anjou association. The magazine is published bi-monthly and has a circulation of approximately 1,900. Informational articles on a variety of animal management topics are covered in each publication. In addition to the bi-monthly publication, special reports are produced dealing with more specific issues such as the annual sire statistical report. For purposes of the tax return, there are two components to the magazine: $146,093
the american junior maine-anjou is a department within the american maine-anjou association dedicated to the youth. It strives to impart leadership and management skills in animal management specific to the maine-anjou breed. Promotion of service-oriented skills and team work concepts are also emphasized. Current membership is approximately 1,700.