Promoting the Dexter breed of cattle2019-05-29T14:36:30+00:00

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.

HOW WE HELP

We support Dexter cattle owners and breeders, offering advice and a range of services.

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HERD BOOK

Currently 1,460 Society members from all over Europe are registering 4,000+ pedigree cattle each year.

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DEXTER BEEF

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

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BREED HISTORY

Where does the Dexter come from? Learn more about this small breed of cattle.

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

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LATEST NEWS

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News & Events

NEWS FLASH

29th May 2019

National Show, Royal Bath and West

The Trustees send their very best wishes for a successful and enjoyable day to all exhibitors and members attending the National Show tomorrow. Judging commences at 8.30am.

2018 Yearbook

There is still time advertise or submit an article for the Yearbook, but please note we will need the copy by next Monday 3rd June at the latest.

Notice for Members Regarding The Herd Book

If you have registered animals online via the Herd Book link from the Society Website and have not received your pedigree certificates within 7-10 days, please contact the office (01768 870521)

It appears that there may have been some technical issues with some batches of data. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Kind regards
Andy Ryder
(Society Company Secretary)