The American Kerry Cattle Society welcomes you to our website. We are a
group of dedicated breeders of purebred, registered Kerry Cattle. All of
our animals are direct, recorded descendants of Kerry Cattle imported into
Canada in the 1970's. We are part of a larger scheme to conserve Kerry
Cattle worldwide. While our organization was formally organized this year,
it ends a 7-year strategic plan to conserve our cattle and establish a
stabilized, pure line of registered cattle.
Annual Meeting — December 7, 2013
Mark you Calenders! The American Kerry Cattle Society will have its annual meeting for Kerry Cattle Breeders on December 7th at the Inn at East Hill Farm from 11am -? Lunch included. Please RSVP as soon as you can to Dave Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org If you are interested in becoming a Kerry Cattle breeder, you are welcome to attend as well. Voting is reserved for breeders only, but input and help are always encouraged. Accommodations and Directions available at http://www.east-hill-farm.com/
Trip to Ireland
The American Kerry Cattle Society is happy to tell you about a wonderful trip that a long time breeder, Bob Reilly and his wife Mary have arranged. It is for people who are breeders of Kerry Cattle or are interested in Kerry Cattle to join them on a visit to Ireland. It will cost about $1745/per person and will include airfare from Boston to Shannon; hotel accommodations in Killarney for 6-nights; full breakfast every day except day of arrival; 5-hotel dinners; dinner hosted by the Irish Kerry Cattle Society; all transportation via deluxe coach with driver/guide; three days of visits to farms raising Kerry Cattle (2-farms per day); excursions to Ring of Kerry, Cork City and Blarney Woolen Mills; tips and taxes included (except for driver)! This is a great deal and people interested need to contact Bob ASAP to get on board. We need 10 people minimum. Five have already put their hands up eagerly! Contact Bob at email@example.com
ALBC Poster Contest
The American Kerry Cattle Society won the poster contest at the 2010 ALBC Annual Meeting. Dana Wakefield designed and put it together. It was beautiful. Breeders are welcome to use it for promotion. Let Dana know. She can mail it.