Promoting the Dexter breed of cattle2020-09-22T16:52:10+01:00

THE DEXTER CATTLE SOCIETY

The Dexter breed originated in Ireland. The smallest native breed of cattle in the British Isles, they are hardy, dual-purpose cattle, producing excellent beef and milk, an ideal suckler cow for conservation grazing. We support Dexter cattle owners and breeders, offering advice and a range of services.

ONLINE HERD BOOK

REGISTER YOUR CALVES

Access the online herd book below to register and notify calves and manage your herd.

ANIMALS FOR SALE/HIRE/AI

View animals currently listed for Sale/Hire/AI by society members

MEMBER/ANIMAL SEARCH

Facility to search for member contact details and animals/show results.

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JOIN TODAY

To become a member of the Dexter Cattle Society visit our membership page and download a membership form.

BECOME A MEMBER

DEXTER BEEF

Delicious Pedigree Dexter Beef is a outstanding quality product and tastes as beef used to taste.

Dexter beef producers map

FORMS & FEES

Birth registration form, membership form etc plus information on Society fees.

Access Forms

LATEST NEWS

Find our latest news on the News & Events page.
Please also see the news flash at the bottom of this page

News & Events

SHOWS & SALES

Keep up to date with details of upcoming shows and sales around the United Kingdom.

Show & Sales

SOCIETY REGISTRATION PROCEDURES

Details of how to register your animals including information on DNA Profiling and Chondrodysplasia Testing.

DNA information

LINEAR ASSESSMENT

Information on Liner Assessment for your herd. Linear Classification is a voluntary scheme that is only available to Society members.

linear assessment

AI

How to order, further information along with a list of fees on AI bulls available through the Dexter Cattle Society.

society ai bulls

NEWS FLASH

22nd September 2020

AGM 2020

This is a reminder for all members that if you would like join the AGM, being held via Zoom this year, please ensure you email the office to register your interest by 8th October 2020 so that a link can be sent to you to join.
We would also like to remind members that voting forms must be received by 10.00am on 8th October 2020.
All the information regarding the AGM is available to view and print in the secure members area of the website.

AGM Update

View the AGM Update (PDF)

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