Dexter Cattle Association
About The (ADCA)
Association is a Delaware non-profit corporation whose
stated purposes, according to the Articles of Incorporation
encourage the breeding of high quality Dexter cattle,
to maintain a herd book and system of registry for registering
such cattle, to assemble and disseminate information
concerning the breed, and in general to protect, improve
and promote the interests and standing thereof."
registration with the American Dexter Cattle Association
is by pedigree only. Membership is a commitment
to support good breeding practices and to breed for
the Dexter guidelines and qualities described in this
animals in the ADCA registry were entered in accordance
with the regulations, procedures, and information that
existed at the time of entry.
ADCA holds an annual general membership meeting at various
locations throughout North America. An updated
Herd Book is published
annually and available for members.
The Dexter Bulletin,
published quarterly, contains information of interest
and lists animals and semen for sale.
To maintain the purity of Dexter Cattle
To collect and publish information on Dexter Cattle
To publish a Herd Book of purebred Dexter Cattle
To promote the interest of the breed of Dexter Cattle