THE REGISTRY FOR BOTH HORNED AND POLLED DORSETS This page was last updated on: March 4, 2014 American Dorsets recently celebrated 100th year In 1998 the Continental Dorset Club celebrated its 100th year of existence by having a record breaking National Sale and by donating a foundation flock of Dorsets to Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green. A history book of the Continental Dorset Club & The Dorset Breed was also published to commemorate the breed's everlasting influence in the American sheep industry . Use of this site constitutes your acceptance of our Exec. Secretary/Treas. Debra Hopkins P0 Box 506 N Scituate, Rl 02857-0506 Phone (401) 647-4676 Fax (401) 647-4679 Supreme Champion Ewe Overall Breeds 2013 Northeast Youth Sheep Show Grand Champion Polled Dorset Yearling Ewe T&T 1203 - Fall Yearling Ewe Shown by: Olivia Waggoner, East Berlin, PA Supreme Champion Ram Overall Breeds 2013 Midwest Stud Ram Sale Grand Champion Polled Dorset Ram Turtle Mead 1210-Yearling Ram Consigned by Paul & Nancy Wissinger, Sinking Springs, PA Bought by: Twin Oaks Dorsets, Belle Center, OH New cover of the 2013-2014 Breeders Directory If you would like a copy contact the CDC Office Tulsa State Fair - Junior Show Supreme Champion Ewe Grand Champion Polled Dorset Ewe & Great Plains Regional Junior Dorset Show Champion Ewe Star Dust Sheep Farm 12166 - Yearling Ewe Shown by: Jenna Maltbie, Burlinton, OK California State Fair Open Show Supreme Champion Ewe Champion Polled Dorset Ewe - Yearling Stony Point 35 X Bred & shown by: Kenneth Wagner, Petaluma, CA 2013 Oregon State Fair Supreme Champion Ewe - Open & Junior Champion Polled Dorset Ewe - Yearling Shown by: Ashley & Kristina Klampe, Jefferson, OR Continental Dorset Club remains committed to the revised Dorset Breed Standard to its education for Dorset breeders and judges. A few years ago, a committee was formed to put together an educational guidebook of the “Dorset Breed Standard of Excellence” that would include picture of all the traits whether good, acceptable and not acceptable, so people would have visual reference of the traits to make it easier to comprehend and understand. Thanks to the great efforts of Melanie Barkley, Penn State Extension Educator, past CDC Board Member and Dorset breeder of many years, collected the photos and designed the attached guidebook. are offering this book as a pdf file on the CDC website currently and it will be forwarded to all of the CDC Certified judges that we have current emails for. As you scroll through the photos you will notice that some photos are missing. If you have any photos that depict the trait where we are missing photos please forward them to the that you think is appropriate, please send those on. It is our goal to get all of the pictures filled in and then be able to make a hard copy of this guidebook to publish for breeders and judges. Please take some time and go through the new guidebook. I think you will find it full of educational materials and photos that help explain the good traits we are looking for in Dorset breed, and those that we are trying to avoid.