The YavenVale Hereford stud was founded in 1999 on 500 registered females of pure GVPC blood following a family restructure. There are many family cow lines that have been introduced and below are a brief history of where these females were introduced.

The GVPC Hereford Stud was founded in 1970 with the purchase of Gobarralong Corisande 78, Gobarralong Titania 18 and Gobarralong First Day 16 (all by Beggan Hill Hero) with heifer calves at foot. The heifer Gobarralong First Day 27 (by Bexley Jetson) proved to be an exceptional breeder.

The foundation bull was the aged bull, Beggan Hill Hornet (by Ardno Corporal) who had done such a great job in the Green Valley commercial herd.

Further female lines were added from Netherwood (Fussy Lady), Beggan Hill (Lady Mary & Doreen), Yuland Glen (Duchess  & Gem), Pomingalarna (Empress & Doreen), PTW (First Day & Daisy), Wallangawah (First Day & Doreen) and Gunyah (Glad Day & Loyal).

From the Koolomurt dispersal the Caroline, Cora and Fancy family lines entered the GVPC herd while the Mischief, Josephine and Daylight lines came from Alma Downs.

At the Clear Springs dispersal, GVPC purchased the top price cow Clear Springs Juliet 9 with a heifer calf at foot for $2200. The Marinda, Minerva, Harmony, Treasure and Summer Day females were also purchased at this dispersal.

Later additions came from the Willona dispersal with Willona Cherry Ripe 2 (the sale top), Leonie and Dowager while two Courallie cow lines (Flag Day & Marianne) continued the stud expansion.

The Rose, Marshall L and Fancy family lines were bought from the the Bahloo dispersal held in 1980. These were South Bukalong bred females.