The Dexter Cattle Society offers support to owners and breeders of this exceptionally versatile breed with advice, information and a range of services. Approximately 1,100 members from all over Europe are registering 4,000+ pedigree cattle each year.
To become a member, please print off and complete the PDF membership form or contact the Breed Secretary for an information pack.
The application form & Direct Debit mandate above will open in a new window or go straight into your downloads folder ready for you to print.
Effective 1st January 2020
Subscriptions are due 1st January and with VAT at the standard rate.
|Annual Subscriptions||UK & EEC||International|
|Junior member (up to 16 years of age)||£6.00||N/A|
|Initial joining fee & lapsed member rejoining fee||£18.00||£15.00|
The Dexter Cattle Society Fees
Effective 1st January 2019 – All fees include VAT at the current rate.
Sire or Dam DNA profiling – £30.00
Chondrodysplasia Test – £38.00
Single test for male or female
Reconstruction of DNA profile for dead sire or dam (2 progeny samples required at £25.00/sample)
Transfer of ownership (As from 1st January 2019 to be paid by the vendor)
Transfer of ownership (Pedigree) £11.00
Transfer of ownership (Birth Notification) £4.00
Duplicate certificate £5.00
Society AI Bulls
(Ordered through the Society Office and delivered to a Genus Centre)
A handling fee per order will be charged at cost and will be quoted on an individual basis depending on the destination.Double dose
*NB. This price list supersedes all others at 1.1.19
Full Female registration (Up to 30 days)
Paper registration £16.50
Online registration £13.50
Birth notification £4.00
For animals over 30 days a fee of £5.00 per month will be charged (up to 12 months) but there will be no requirement for DNA
For animals over 12 months of age please contact the Society Office
All males must be Birth Notified (Up to 30 days) £4.00
Bull (including DNA profile) any age £50.00
ALL BULLS to be registered with the Dexter Cattle Society must be DNA profiled, Parent Verified and tested for the Chondrodysplasia gene
Effective 1st January 2017.