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  • Standard Registration
    Standard Registration Fee - $ 20 ($5 discount for self-print certificate option) Registration Requirement Animal to be registered must be an offspring of a registered Sire and registered Dam Accepted Registries Purebred Dexter Cattle Association American Dexter Cattle Association Legacy Dexter Cattle Registry Canadian Livestock Records Corporation ​ The acceptance other foreign registries is at the discretion of the Registrar Click here to Register
  • Certified Registration
    Certified Registration Fee - $ 20 ($5 discount for self-print certificate option) Intent of Certified Registration To encourage genetic testing that will facilitate breeders in making good breeding decisions in order to avoid unexpected complications resulting from unknowingly breeding two PHA positive or Chondro positive animals together Certified Registration Requirements Meet Standard Registration requirement Show proof of Genotyping, Chondro status and PHA status Ways to provide the proof needed By testing the animal to be registered for all of the above, or by obligate status: Must be genotyped and parent verified to a tested (or obligate) Sire and Dam
  • Transfers
    Transfer Fee - $20 Seller fills out the buyer information on the back of the registration certificate. Be sure to sign and date it. Seller can submit an online transfer to buyer of record. If buyer is making the transfer, a photo or PDF of the back of the registration certificate must be provided showing the sellers signature and date off transfer.
  • Notifications
    Notifications are important and... they're FREE Record of Birth Provides an accurate fertility history of a Dam showing all her purebred offspring, not just her registered offspring Record Of Death Keeps the Registry up to date helping to prevent inaccurate/fraudulent registrations Termination of Ownership Removes your name as the recorded owner of an animal Maybe you sold an animal without submitting a Transfer and the buyer never bothered to transfer it into their name... YOU are still the recorded owner. A Termination of Ownership removes your name (and potential liability) as the recorded owner
  • Forms
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  • Tattoo Year Letters
    2021 - J 2022 - K 2023 - L 2024 - M 2025 - N
  • Contact the Registrar
    Click here to contact Deborah Botruff - Registrar
  • Pedigree Search
    Click here for Pedigree Search
  • Herd Prefix Explained
    Every breeder in the PDCA registry has their own unique Herd Prefix. Every animal in the registry has the Herd Prefix of its breeder included in its name. A Herd Prefix is typically short, and might include your last name, initials, farm name or an abbreviation of that name. The Herd Prefix can go before or after the individual name of the animal. Little Farm Lucy Ace of Clovebrook Your Herd Prefix should be included in the name of all offspring that you are the breeder of. If your desired Herd Prefix is already in use; the registrar will contact you with available options. If you do not list a Herd Prefix when you first join PDCA, the registrar will assign one.
  • Frequently Asked Questions
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