Lleyn Sheep Society Flock Book & Registry

IMPORTANT - SECURITY NOTE: As you will all be aware there have been a lot of international problems associated with cyber security in recent months.  This  has focused attention on additional web based security tools.  As a result Grassroots Systems Ltd who provide our ‘Pedeweb’ on line flock book facility have moved to a more secure https system. In order to make sure you are using this new facility, you may need to clear your browsing data.  When you log into Pedeweb you can see in the box at the top of the screen if you are on an http version or an https version of the site.

Click [Here] to see the instructions on how to clear your browsing data  for the 4 common web browsers. 

To log onto the Online Flock Book & Registry Click the above green button.

Auctioneers can log on Here

If you are having problems with the online Flock Book and Registry please check out the QUESTION & ANSWER LINK. If you are unable to find the answer to your query here, please email promotions@lleynsheep.com


Ewe Lamb Registrations:

You have three options for doing your ewe lamb registrations:

  • Online Flock Book & Registry - See Pediweb Guide [HERE]

Simply click the green button above to enter and follow the instructions on screen

  • Emailing a spreadsheet

A spreadsheet can be created manually or via your on-farm software. It is recommended that you speak to the Society if creating for the first time to help you set off on the right track. Tip: tag number format matters.

Useful documents:

Spreadsheet instruction guide

Example of spreadsheet with full details

Example of spreadsheet with minimum details

RD1 (Payment) Form (PDF)

RD1 (Payment) Form (word)

  • Paper Forms

All members will have been posted a copy of the forms. Further copies can be downloaded below:

2018 Ewe Lamb Registration Form


Ram Registrations/Inspections

You have three options for sending in your shearling ram paperwork:

  • Online Flock Book & Registry

Simply click the green button above to enter and follow the instructions on screen

  • Emailing a spreadsheet

This spreadsheet can be created manually or via your on-farm software. It is recommended that you speak to the Society if creating for the first time to help you set off on the right track. Tip: tag number format matters.

Useful documents:

Spreadsheet instruction guide

Example of spreadsheet with ram details in

RD1 (Payment) Form (PDF)

RD1 (Payment Form (word)

  • Paper Forms

All members will have been posted a copy of the forms. Further copies can be downloaded below:

2018 Ram Registration Form

2018 RAM LAMB Provisional Registration Form to appear here soon


Maedi Visna (MV) Accreditation

About the Scheme - The Scheme is open nationally (UK) to flock masters who undertake to abide by the rules and conditions of membership. MV accredited sheep must be kept seperately from non accredited sheep at all times. Membership is ultimately at the discretion of SAC Veterinary Services.

A flock can become MV accredited when it:

  • Passes two qualifying blood tests between 6 and 12 months apart
  • Has certification from a vet that the holding can comply with scheme rules and conditions
  • Once MV accredited, a proportion of the flock is blood tested one year later and then every two years and the member is issued with certificates of status for selling or moving scheme sheep. After being accredited for 3 years, flocks that do not have non-accredited sheep can test at 3 year intervals. Shows and sales are licenced to provide space for MV accredited sheep.

For more information contact: premium Sheep and goat Health Schemes Telephone 01463 226995 Email sghs@sac.co.uk website www.sac.ac.uk/sghs

EXPORT - CERTIFICATE NEWS

It has come to light that some exporters to Europe (currently Estonia) require an upgraded pedigree certificate for rams and a certificate for females.  The Society office can produce these documents subject to the pedigree information held on the database.  When selling sheep to these buyers, it is suggested you know about this as in some cases the Society cannot automatically provide the required document.  It is recommended that you speak to Gwenda or Heather to ascertain more information and the timescale involved if you receive such enquiries.  At busy times in the office it may take several weeks to produce these.  Please allow for this when ordering.  There is a charge of £5+ Vat per certificate.

Due to limited resources in the office we can only produce these certificates once it is known the animals will be going to relevant destination (i.e. Estonia at present).

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