Animal Recording Form Cover Sheet

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Fleckvieh Society of Australia Inc
ABN: 12 249 057 232
ANIMAL RECORDING FORM COVER SHEET
Name of Animal
Name given to the animal by the breeder
D.O.B
Sex
Sire
Herd Book ID
Dam
Herd Book ID
Grade
F1
F2
F3
Purebred
Fullblood
Tattoo
Date of Birth of the Animal
M for Male. F for Female.
Name of Sire of the Animal
Herd Book Number / National or International ID number
Name of the Dam of the Animal
Herd Book number/National or international ID number
To be used for animals in the grading up system
Animals resulting from the crossing of a Purebred Fleckvieh sire and a Base Dam of any Breed
Animals resulting from the crossing of a Purebred Fleckvieh Sire and a registered F1 animal
Animals resulting from the crossing of a Purebred Fleckvieh Sire and a registered F2 animal
A registered animal having not less that 15/16 Fleckvieh parentage
A registered Fleckvieh whose pedigree is made up wholly of German or Austrian Ancestry.
The Tattoo, letters and numbers punched inside the animals ears.
The Right ear contains the: Herd Designation (i.e. ABC) and the grade of the animal
The Left ear contains the Year letter and number given to the animal i.e. Z007.
ABC1 being an F1 animal
ABC2 being an F2 animal
ABC3 being an F3 animal
ABCP being a Purebred animal
ABCF being a Fullblood animal.
Twin
If the animal is a twin. Y for Yes and N for No
Birth Weight
The Actual weight of the calf within 24hrs of Birth
Colour
Colour of the animal R for Red, B for Blonde, T for Tan, BL for Black (for grade animals only!)
Shades of the colour DR being Dark Red and LR being Light Red etc
Solid / Broken
S if the coat is Solid Coloured. B if the coat is Broken Coloured
Eye Pigment
Percentage of Eye Pigment. L for Left and R for Right
Mating
P for Paddock Mating. AI if by Artificial Insemination. ET if by Embryo Transfer.
Calving Ease
1 for Unassisted. 2 for Easy Pull. 3 for Hard Pull. 4 for Malpresented. 5 for Caesarean.
Horn Status
H for horned. P for Polled. Sc for Scurred
Breeding Aim
B if the animal is used in a for Beef only situation.
D.P if the animal is being used in a dual purpose situation, .Beef and Milk.