Contact Person Of Membership
Herd Ident Application: Series of 3 letters that represent your herd for example Angus Australia - AAA
This will Form the basis of any animals idents that are bred into your membership eg. AAAG1
Please note - If your prefered Herd Ident is not available, an alternative ident will be provided
HERD PREFIX APPLICATION: The name of your herd, minimum of 4 characters and maximum of 16 characters eg Table Top. (Please note the word ‘Angus’ cannot be used in your herd prefix).
Please supply three preferences for your herd Prefix, listed in your preferred order:
APPLICATION FOR TATTOO BRAND AND SELECTION OF ANIMAL IDENTIFICATION METHOD:
Please indicate how you wish to identify your animals from the options listed below.
Tattoo - please supply 3 options for your tattoo. This tattoo must consist of 3 characters only. Listed in your preferred order.
Brand Options - Please select images of your brand bellow, In preferred order
I wish to enrol my herd in Angus BREEDPLAN and agree to the following:
BREEDPLAN will only directly compare the performance information of calves that have been bred and weighed in the same herd. Consequently, in the situation where animals from two or more different Angus Australia memberships are being managed as part of the same herd, it may be preferable to set up a herd association with BREEDPLAN. The most common example is where members of a family (e.g. children) have a small number of animals registered in their own name that run as part of the main herd on the property.
To “associate” herds with BREEDPLAN, a primary herd will need to be nominated. Only the primary herd needs to enrol in BREEDPLAN. All animals that are owned by the associated herd/s will then be treated by BREEDPLAN as if they are in the ownership of the primary herd member (even though they are owned by different herds with Angus Australia).
Specifying the main calving periods of your herd allows Angus BREEDPLAN to customise the settings for your herd. This will ensure the results you receive from Angus BREEDPLAN are optimised.
For example, Angus BREEDPLAN will only directly compare the performance information of calves that have been born in the same “calving year”. Usually the calving year is the same as the year of birth of the calf. However, for herds whose calving period runs into the next calendar year (e.g. from November through to March), the “calving year” used by BREEDPLAN can be adjusted to span the period running across two different calendar years. This may be particularly applicable to herds in northern Australia that calve over the summer months.
Number of breeding females:
Approximate number of calves to be recorded each year
The signatories listed below have authority to alter the details of your membership, submit and access registrations or BREEDPLAN services in regards to your herd. Please note these services will only be processed if submitted by an authorised signatory.
86 Glen Innes Road,Locked Bag 11,Armidale, NSW 2350 AUSTRALIA
PH: 02 6773 4600
Fax: 02 6772 3095
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