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Canadian Katahdin Sheep Association has officially been passed by AAFC to amalgamate with the Canadian Sheep Breeders Association.

Now that this part is done and cleared the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation will proceed and start the changes to their system to accommodate this move.  So for now continue as you have for registrations and ID until such time as you receive notification. 

We need to form a new Canadian Katahdin Sheep "Group" and anyone wishing to have input or be on a committee is encouraged to contact one of the directors still listed on the web site.   This group will be handling the coat inspection side of the Katahdin Breed and look at avenues of promotion or events if they arise.

There has been a lot of time spent bringing this amalgamation to its successful conclusion and we look forward to belonging and adding our voice to the Canadian Sheep Breeders Association.

 

Thank You

Lynette Kreddig

President of the (for now) Canadian Katahdin Sheep Association

Email: Lynette Kreddig


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Welcome to CKSA

The rapid growth of the Katahdin sheep industry in Canada has necessitated the formation of the Canadian Katahdin Sheep Association (CKSA) at a producer orientated level.

To attain credibility as a Canadian represented breed, the CKSA is incorporated under the terms, conditions and high standards as set out by the Animal Pedigree Act of Canada and the Animal Registrations Branch of Agri Food and Agriculture Canada. (Incorporated March 17, 1995).

The Canadian Livestock Records Corporation Inc. (CLRC) has been selected as the official Katahdin Registry for the CKSA.

The CKSA is designed to have representatives from all the Canadian provinces and territories... a concept that allows for input from all areas, to address issues of concern and expansion of the Katahdin Sheep industry. Co-operation and unification has been the foundation upon which the strong, stable growth and formation of the CKSA has been based... a direction for continued development.