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Recently my farm with (Dexters, Gulf Coast Native sheep and chickens) was visited by two large dogs, I was able to chase them off by yelling and shooting over their heads. This incident immediately brought up a discussion my wife and I have been…Continue

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Started by Alan Boutilier yesterday.

Registration and fees 1 Reply

I am new to PDCA.  I just bought a cow already registered in PDCA.  I need to transfer her title into my name along with becoming a new member.  I cannot find anything that states the transfer fee amount.  I also cannot find a registration form for…Continue

Started by Jan Middleton. Last reply by Jimmie J. Bauer Jan 29.

Semen for sale

 I have semen available from Peirce Muirstead 206430 P. He's polled, black, long legged and A2 A2.  Non Carrier of PHA and Chondrodysplasia. $35 a straw, $30 for 10 or more. The best way to contact me with further questions is to email me at…Continue

Started by Nathan Henne Jan 23.

Is there ??? 1 Reply

Is there a page with transfer fees and the form?? I have animals already registered that I need to transfer ownership of.Is there a page with the full range of fees....from membership to testing???Apologies if it is me....I can't seem to locate any…Continue

Started by Michael Schmitt. Last reply by Judy Sponaugle Jan 16.

Nutrition 5 Replies

We did not have access to summer grazing this year. We have been feeding our Dexters literally, tons of hay. I am seeing weight loss on several of my cows and heifers. I have de-wormed both topically and injectable with Ivermectin Plus. Any ideas?…Continue

Started by Dimitri & Debbie Vareldzis. Last reply by Michael Schmitt Nov 26, 2014.

Online registration & contact

I have several questions reguarding registration but can not seem to find a contact.  Also is there a way to register online?  Do you have to print and mail in a registration form?Continue

Started by K&R Farm Oct 29, 2014.

 
 
 

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Alan Boutilier posted a discussion

Livestock guardians

Recently my farm with (Dexters, Gulf Coast Native sheep and chickens) was visited by two large dogs, I was able to chase them off by yelling and shooting over their heads. This incident immediately brought up a discussion my wife and I have been having for a while now: whether to buy a guardian llama. With this dog incident I notice that by polled cows all lined up behind the older mama with horns. She is a very instinctive animal and genarally rules the herd using her horns. She is also a…See More
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Semen for sale

 I have semen available from Peirce Muirstead 206430 P. He's polled, black, long legged and A2 A2.  Non Carrier of PHA and Chondrodysplasia. $35 a straw, $30 for 10 or more. The best way to contact me with further questions is to email me at nshenne@gmail.com or call me at 717 471 6829See More
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