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except under such special circumstances as the Trustees of the Society may direct.


Society, and limited to a maximum of forty letters (a space between words must be counted as one letter). A serial number for females (Not males) may be added after the name to distinguish different animals with the same prefix and name.


c. Red and White calves must carry the word RED as the last word in the name ie Prefix/name/RED (but refer to (d) below).


If a Red and White calf is registered as above, but subsequently turns black and white, 'RB', denoting 'Red/Black, will be substituted for the word 'Red'.


From the 1st April 2009 the following noise words are not permitted within animal names, they are SR, RED, POLL, ET, PI and any recessive codes. Another member’s prefix, punctuation marks and the duplication of the breeders prefix may not be used within animals’ names.


d. A calf born by embryo transfer will carry the suffix ET and may be registered in the normal way and with the prefix of the herd in which it is born subject to the following conditions :-


i. The collection and transfer of embryos, shall be carried out in the United Kingdom by a qualified operator recognised by the Society in accordance with


the transfer) regulations 1995.


ii. Upon each collection of embryos an embryo collection certificate (form ET1) must be fully completed in triplicate by the collection team. One copy of the form is to be retained by the collection team, one to be retained by the owner of the donor female and one copy is to be submitted to the Society.


iii. If the service bull(s) is/are not already DNA typed, application for DNA typing to be carried out must be made to the Society at the time of embryo collection.


iv. If the donor female is not already DNA typed, application for DNA typing to be carried out must be made to the Society at the time of embryo collection.


v. If any embryo is sold or transferred to other ownership by the owner of the donor female, either unfrozen, frozen or in a recipient female even if the recipient female remains the property of the breeder, a Form ET2 must be completed giving the new owner’s details and submitted to the Society.


vi. If an embryo is implanted in a recipient female a form ET2 detailing the official ear tag identity of the recipient and the date of implantation must be completed and submitted to the Society.


vii. If at one and the same time more than one embryo is transferred to a recipient those embryos must be from one and the same collection.


viii. The unique ET1 form number (not the collection reference number) must be quoted at the time of registration.


7 bovine embryo (collection, production and


All names shall be subject to the approval of the Trustees of the


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