AMERICAN PINZGAUER ASSOCIATION
681 Maple Ridge Rd
Harrison, ME 04040
207-595-4565
| 207-583-4293 (fax)
Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 9am-1pm (CST)
 
 
 
             
 
 
 
 

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AFFADAVIT OF COMPLIANCE
Pinzgauer Certified Beef Program Form
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Dear Member,

Please find the enclosed herd inventory for your farm. Please take the time to look it over and cross the NAME of any animal that you NO longer have, please ADD any animals that are not on the list. We are trying to keep our animal data base current. Please send your animal inventory back with your membership form regardless if you are paying your dues.

It is that time of year again to renew your dues. You will find the membership form on the back side of this letter. Please fill ALL the information out as we need to update our data base as some contact information has been lost. If you have any questions about anything please call the office 207-595-4565.

APA Office News:
The APA has been busy with registering and transferring cattle since July 1, 2013
Registrations under 12 months – 80
Registrations 12- 24 months – 18
Registrations over 2 years – 18
Steers – 2
Transfers at time of Registration – 45
Transfers within 60 days of sale – 40
Transfers over 60 days of sale – 8

The APA has placed an ad in the Stockman Grass farmer and we are working on getting some new promotional items out. If you will to help with anything or have any suggestions please let the APA know, your help is greatly appreciated.

Sincerely
Harriet Thoms – Office Manager

 
   
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The American Pinzgauer Association is the American Herdbook Affiliate for the Pinzgauer Cattle International. The Association has as its primary objective; the development, registration, and promotion of the Pinzgauer breed of cattle in the United States of America. The ultimate goal of the Association is to ensure that the Pinzgauer breed will make an important contribution to the improvement of the cattle industry in America.

The Association is open to all cattle breeders who wish to import purebred Pinzgauer cattle and/or engage in a supervised pedigree program for the development of the Pinzgauer breed in the United States. The Association shall establish and maintain efficient systems for the registration, recordation, and evaluation of qualified pedigree Pinzgauer cattle.

One of the primary aims of the Association will be to maintain high breeding standards with emphasis placed on beef production.

 
     
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