PCB cattle are born and raised in the Adelaide Hills, Paris Creek region. Battunga Country. Two Aboriginal words for the area surely describe paradise. "Battunga" meaning tall trees and rolling hills and "Kangowirranilla" meaning place for kangaroos and water. Situated between Meadows and Strathalbyn, Paris Creek is typically dairy, beef cattle and sheep farming area, lush and green for nine months of the year. It was first settled in 1850 when the Paris family established a peach orchard and pig farm. The area was also quarried for marble around 1858 and the stone from the quarry has been used on many local public buildings and also the State War Memorial. The quarry is no longer in operation. There are three local business that are currently in operation; Paris Creek Beef providing fresh produce direct from the farmer, Thimbella Paris Creek Pottery which was established in 1971 and Paris Creek Biodynamic Dairy producing yogurts which have become a household name in South Australia.