Individual Full Membership
Individual full membership shall entitle the holder to participate in all the activities of the Society, to vote at
Meetings and Elections and to sit on Council. An individual full Member can own a prefix, register cattle, offer cattle
at the Society Sales and use all Society services.
Joint Full Membership
Joint full membership is available for Partnerships,Companies or other incorporated bodies, who upon payment of
an annual subscription, may participate in certain activities of the Society as follows:
(a) A Joint Full Member which is a Partnership must nominate one of its Partners to be the Voting Member with
all entitlements as an Individual Full Member.
(b) A Joint Full Member which is a Company (incorporated under the Acts, or any body corporate) must
nominate a representative to be the Voting Member. The Joint Full Member which is a Company has all
entitlements as an Individual Full Member. However, a Company shall not be eligible, through its nominated
representative or otherwise, for election or appointment as a Member of the Council. This provision shall
not prevent any director, or member of a Company from subscribing for Individual Full Membership in their
capacity as an individual.
Life Membership entitles the holder to all the benefits of an Individual Full Membership for a one-off payment. Not
available for Partnerships or Companies.
Associate Membership is available for predominantly non cattle owning individuals who wish to support the Society.
Associate Membership allows the holder to vote at Meetings and Elections, sit on Council and receive all newsletters
and publications. Associate Members are not able to register cattle.
Junior Membership is open to anyone under twenty six years of age. Junior Members are not able to vote, sit on
Council or register cattle.
International Membership is available to persons who live in a country other than the United Kingdom, who wish to
support the Society. International Membership entitles the Member to receive all newsletters and publications, but
are not eligible to own a prefix, register cattle, vote, participate in Elections of the Society or sit on Council.