Registry

In order to have longterm, consistent retention of breeding records, BLU has contracted the services of ASR (Associated Sheep Registries). Please read the instructions below, fill out all appropriate forms for sheep registrations and transfers, and send them to:

Associated Sheep Registries
BLU
P.O. Box 231
305 Lincoln
Wamego, KS 66547
Phone: 785-456-8500
Fax: 785-456-8599

Email: asregistry@gmail.com

Make all checks or money orders payable to BLU; please do not send cash. You may also pay by credit card.

If you have any questions or problems with your registrations, transfers, or pedigrees, don’t hesitate to contact the BLU breed secretary, Lisa Rodenfels using info@bflsheep.com

How to Register and Transfer Sheep

First, it is necessary to print out and read our Rules for Registration. This will explain all of our rules and procedures for registration and transfers.

Below is a list of forms you will need. Click on the PDF links to print out the necessary forms and mail to ASR at the address above (or printed at the top of each form). It is important to fill out and include ASR’s WORK ORDER for all transactions; this form lets ASR know what work you need completed, and includes a schedule of fees.

Procedures

To Register sheep you will need:

  1. Rules for Registration – BLU requirements for registration
  2. Work Order
  3. Application for Registration form

To Transfer sheep you will need:

  1. Rules for Registration
  2. Work Order
  3. Pedigree(s) of sheep being transferred

Please note: You can register and transfer a sheep at the same time. Both the registration fee and the transfer fee must be paid at that time.

To Register sheep born of a sire that you did not own (borrowed or leased ram) you will need:

  1. Rules for Registration – BLU requirements for registration
  2. Work Order
  3. Certificate of Breeding form
  4. Application for Registration form

To Register sheep born from artificial insemination you will need:

  1. Rules for Registration – BLU requirements for registration
  2. Work Order
  3. Certificate of Artificial Insemination Breeding
  4. Application for Registration form

To register ram semen imported from another country you will need:

  1. Rules for Registration – BLU requirements for registration
  2. Work Order
  3. Imported Semen Registration Form
  4. Importation papers for semen (original copy of USDA Form 17-135)

Clarification

Work Order – Must accompany ALL work sent to ASR.

Application for Registration – Form to enter the information on sheep you wish to register. Refer to Rules for Registration before completing.

Certificate of Breeding – Must accompany registration form when you are registering sheep sired by a ram that you did not own at the time of breeding.

Certificate of Artificial Insemination Breeding – Certification that all artificial insemination procedures (including embryo transplant) are done in full compliance with USDA rules, and affidavit of technician doing the work.

Imported Semen Registration Form – Ram semen from another country, used to breed BFL ewes in the BLU Registry, must be registered with a ram name and affidavit of proper USDA protocols being met for that importation, in order to register lambs born of that semen.