Dorperföreningar runt om i världenSe vad som händer i några av de andra Dorperföreningarna i världen.
Velkommen til Dorper Norges nettside. Tortenvika er en gård på Helgelandskysten. Vi driver med sau av rasene NKS, spæl, suffolk og siden i oktober 2013 Dorpersau. Denne nye rasen imorterte vi fra Sverige hvor rasen ble introdusert i 2010. Vi overtok gården i 2012, men har drevet med sau siden 1999. Vi er 3 generasjon på gården som er et familiebruk. Fjellbeitet vi har går fra havet og opp til ca 700-800 moh. Vi tenker at Dorpersauen kan komplettere noen av saurasene vi allerede har. Særlig p.g.a meget god tillvekst på lammene, gode morsegenskaper og høy slakteprosent. Dorperkjøttet er kjent verden over for sin milde smak og foretrekkes på mange av verdens mest eksklusive restauranter. Vi kommer til å tilby livdyr for salg etterhvert, men dette året har vi kryssningsdyr til salgs som er kryssning av NKS og Dorper. Vi gleder oss til å bli godt kjent med denne rasen som foreløpig bare har gitt oss positive erfaringer.
British Dorper Sheep Society
The Dorper and White Dorper is a new breed in Great Britain. Originally developed in South Africa it has very quickly spread to all continents making their mark in the USA, South America, New Zealand, Australia, Europe and Asia. Every spring they shed their wool so require little maintenance for flystrike, they rarely become cast (stuck on their backs).
South African Dorper Society
Welcome to the Dorper Sheep Breeders’ Society of South Africa In 1946 the breed project was finalized and the Dorper Breeders Association was establish on the 19th of July 1950 (at Grootfontein College of Agriculture) and currently we have more than 600 members. The Dorper breed is now numerically the second largest breed in South Africa. Although the Dorper breed was declared indigenous to South Africa, it has found its way all over the world in countries such as Australia, New Zealand, The United Kingdom, Middle East, China, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, Brazil, Argentina, South America, Mexico, United States, various African countries, Israel and Namibia, where farmers now farm with this magnificent breed because of its outstanding qualities.
Dorper Sheep Society of Australia
Welcome to Dorper Sheep Society Dorpers and White Dorpers are Australia’s pre-eminent low maintenance meat sheep, adapted to vast range of conditions across the country. The success of the Dorper breeds in expanding the prime lamb production in Australia in barely two decades is well recognised. Dorpers and White Dorpers have also provided the genetic base for a number of new composite ‘breeds’ that seek to capitalise on the breed’s success but only Dorpers and White Dorpers have the performance and predictability, based on 80 years of breeding, to enhance the long-term profitability of the national sheep flock. The Dorper Sheep Society of Australia inc (DSSA) was established soon after the introduction of Dorpers to Australia in 1996. Since that time the DSSA has managed and maintained a registry of pedigree and breeding information for both sires and dams, maintaining high genetic integrity. DSSA members are supported by regular bulletins that provide direction and focus to ensure the Dorper breeds of sheep are continually increasing their performance. Through the management of a team of trained and qualified inspectors across the country the DSSA is able to assist Dorper breeders with a service that many find very useful for flock management and quality control. Annual shows and sales are run by the DSSA, bringing Dorpers from all parts of Australia together to be judged by our quality selection of judges while showcasing the best of our breed.
American Dorper Sheep Breeders Society
Welcome! American Dorper Sheep Breeders’ Society – the official registry for Dorper Sheep in the United States. The Society was organized in December of 1995. In October of 1996 the first event was held in Cameron, Texas with attendees from Mexico, Canada, South Africa and several regions of the United States. The first business meeting was held and a board of directors was elected. By December 1996, the organizational by-laws were formalized and the Society was incorporated.
Canadian Dorper Sheep Association
Welcome to the Canadian Dorper Sheep Association website. Please enjoy your visit. If you need more information or wish to put in a classified request or to join our association, please use the contact page and we will reply as soon as possible. Thank you for visiting us today.