7.1 Pedigree Certificates:
Extended pedigrees of both dam and sire of any animal entered in the Herd
Book can be obtained on application to the Registrar. A fee will be payable
by the applicant. (See Schedule of Fees)
7.2 Service Certificates:
When a female is served by or depastured with a bull which is not the
property of the owner of such female, a certificate of service or depasturing,
signed by the registered owner of the bull must be completed and retained
for the purpose of Herd Book Entry or Transfer of resulting progeny.
In the case of progeny conceived during depasturing with a bull owned
by another Breeder the completed Service Certificate must be included
> the Calf Entry Form
> the Transfer Form where transfer is occurring prior to Herd Book
When a female has been mated or depastured with more than one bull in
any season, a period of at least 21 days must elapse between the withdrawal
of a bull and his replacement by another, except where the Breeder undertakes
to have the parentage of resultant progeny verified at his or her expense
should any doubt arise as to the sire of the calf.
Council reserves the right to refuse registration of progeny of doubtful
parentage, or may at Council's discretion require verification at the
7.3 Private Stud Register:
All Breeders shall keep a register containing complete and proper records
of their stud breeding activities.
Council may inspect the Private Herd Register under the provisions in
7.4 Annual Subscription:
An annual subscription to the Association for each class of member is
determined by the Council pursuant to Rules 7, 8 and 9 of the Association's
Rules and shall be payable annually in advance. The annual subscription
for the year 1st April 2001 to 31st March 2002 is as follows defined in
the Schedule of Fees (section 8).
The Council shall have the right to audit all herd records of members
of the Association and may address issues arising from the audit.
Council may at it's own discretion appoint one or more representatives
to carry out an audit of any Registered Angus Stud
Council will give notice in writing to the member concerned of intention
to carry out such audit and will attempt to set a time and venue which
is convenient for all parties. If agreement cannot be reached then the
audit will be carried out at a time notified to the member by the Council.
Such audit shall include but not be limited to, the examination of the
private stud register together with any supporting documents made available,
and also the animals recorded therein.