Canadian Highland Cattle Society Membership Form
In order to become a member of the Canadian Highland Cattle Society, you must complete the form provided by the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation (CLRC) and send it with your payment to the address on the form. CLRC will issue and mail you your membership card.
Cattle Registration Form
The registration of your animal must be done through the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation (CLRC). You will find below the eligibility rules regarding the registration of your animal as well as the printable form. Once it is completed, send it to CLRC so they can process your request. Do not hesitate to contact us or CLRC for any information regarding the registration of your animals. You will find their contact details in the Useful Links section.
Registration Rules: http://www.clrc.ca/10rules.pdf
Registration Application: http://www.clrc.ca/10regapph.pdf
Tattoo Intructions: http://www.clrc.ca/tattoo.shtml
When a registered animal is sold or given away, the owner of the animal must:
- Complete the back of the registration certificate of the animal and send it to the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation with your payment.
Please note that the sale of a registered bull will require a DNA analysis on file with CLRC.
Death of a Registered Animal
There is no specific form to indicate the death of a registered animal. However, to maintain an updated pedigree book, it is strongly recommended to send the Canadian Livestock Record Corporation (CLRC) the certificate of registration of the deceased animal with the letters DCD on it.
For all DNA tests, either:
- Download, complete and submit the DNA Kit Request form.
Request for DNA Genetic Marker Test Kit
- Call or e-mail CLRC with the details about the animal for which the kit is requested.
The cost is $54 per kit.