American Dorper Sheep Breeders’ Society –
the official registry for Dorper Sheep in the United States.
The Society was organized in December of 1995. In October of 1996 the first event was held in Cameron, Texas with attendees from Mexico, Canada, South Africa and several regions of the United States. The first business meeting was held and a board of directors was elected. By December 1996, the organizational by-laws were formalized and the Society was incorporated.
To obtain an online password, you must be a current paid member and you must email email@example.com from the email address listed on your account. Please request the online password and provide your member code (if you have it) or your membership name.
Dorper Breeders Course Scheduled for April 2021
The Dorper Breeder Courses are an intense 3-day program designed to assist those involved with Dorpers and White Dorpers to fully understand the breed standards, type scoring and breeding decisions involved in raising these breeds. You must enroll in the Junior Course and complete it before you are eligible to take the Senior Course. Only Junior and Senior Course graduates, and experienced sheep judges who pass the Senior Course exam with at least a 75% score, are eligible to participate in the Judges Training School.
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