This time of year there is a lot of talk about lambs and the value of purchasing registered stock. If you plan to breed and want to develop a reputation for providing high-quality stock for breeding purposes, take the time (and money) to go the registered route. In the end, it's the only way to prove your sheep come from original stock recognized by the Harlequin Sheep Society & Registry.
Tuesday, August 25, 2020
It was apparent there was confusion about the process of registering sheep both adults (often as Transfers from another farm) and especially new lambs. To help guide our members, a new page called Registration was added. This page outlines the three scenarios of registration: standard and open.
Please look over the page and send any suggestions for clarification, or any unanswered questions to: JillChristopher@live.com. Remembe this registry is only as good as the input from our Members. Thank you.
TRANSFER of Sheep process update
We've changed the form for when you are transferring sheep to your name. You DO NOT need any pictures to transfer an animal. All you need is to be a curren member, a Work Order including payment, the Transfer form and the original Certificate of Origin.
October 19, 2018
Yearly memberships run from Jan 1 to Dec 31. Please make sure you have your 2019 membership dues
Facebook Group for Members
October 8, 2018
Did you know there is a FB group specifically for MEMBERS of HSSR? The reason this is
Registry Has a New Address
October 8, 2018
ASR - the processor for our registrations has a new street address: 402-S Lincoln Street, Wamego, KS 66547. There is NO CHANGE to the post office box (PO Box 231)
Breeding for Spring 2019 Harlequins Has Begun
October 7, 2018
Registered Harlequin breeders across the US have begun breeding season for Spring 2019 lambs. Now is the perfect time to ensure your ewes and rams are up to date on deworming, foot care and nutrition to optimize production.