Welcome to the Jersey On-line Registration System
To access the on-line registration: CLICK HERE
A password and established account are required by Jersey Canada for accessing three generation pedigrees, and for online registration. To get a password, contact the Jersey Canada Registrar: firstname.lastname@example.org or (519) 821-1020 (ext 22). Please allow one day for activation of password.
Are you new to on-line registrations?
Special Reminders from the Registrar
1. Send in hair samples to the office when registering bulls. This is required for the registration to be completed.
2. When registering ET progeny, ensure that a flush report on the donor dam is sent to the Jersey Canada office. This is required for the registration to be completed.
3. All flush dams must be DNA tested. Animals from the flush can not be registered until testing is complete.
For assistance in registering calves online, consult the section below. If you would like to submit your registrations manually, click here.
Registering Calves Online with Jersey Canada
1. Obtain password for your on-line account at Jersey Canada by either emailing the registrar here at email@example.com or calling the Registrar at (519) 821-1020 ext. 22.
Your "Member I.D." is your account number with Jersey Canada.
2. Click on the "Online Registration" quick link on the homepage.
3. At the "Sign on" screen enter your I.D. number, assigned password, new password below and your new password again. Entering your new password twice verifies that it was typed in correctly. Please write your new password down somewhere for future reference. If you lose your password, contact the registrar to have a new one assigned.
4. Click "Sign on" button and you are now logged into the Jersey Canada Online section!
5. To proceed to on-line registrations at the top of your screen to the right side, click on "On-line Transactions"
6. On the batch screen, all your batches will be listed that either are in progress or completed. To start a new batch of registrations, click on "Create a New Batch" located in the center of the screen.
7. If there were any special requests or notations to be made, enter them in the comments section here, examples would be a prematurely born calf, a late born calf, a freemartin, special ownership instructions or pedigree request.
8. When you are done with the comments section, click the "Create" button to proceed to the registrations.
9. On the next screen, click the "Add" button for the registration form.
Section 2 - Submitting your Registrations
1. Enter the appropriate information in each labelled field. If you are registering an ET calf, please enter the date of implantation for the AI/Mating date When entering dates, be sure to include the back slashes: / / .
2. Enter the Dam and Sire registration number in the "Dam ID" and "Sire ID" boxes, then re-enter their complete registration number i.e. JECANF10013706 or JEUSAM658836, do not use spaces in the number. For animals not from Canada or the United States, you will need to enter their full registration number.
Example: Fleurieu Nangkita - #493178
To enter this bull, you will use: JEAUSM493178
JE for Jersey, AUS for Australia, M for Male, and then the registration number.
3. After completing the registration application, at the bottom of the form select the option you would like, preferably use the default of "Validate and re-display form if any errors or warning exist", then click the "Go" button. If you would like to discard this application and start over, select the option "Delete this record" and click "GO" to start over.
4. If any errors or warnings exist, your application will be re-displayed with the problems highlighted in red. Please go back through and double check all the necessary information then repeat step 2.
5. Once your application has been verified with no errors or warnings, your batch listing will be displayed. If you need to change any information on an application, click on "Edit" to go back to the application to make the necessary changes. Otherwise to continue with more applications, click on "Add" application for registration and repeat steps 1.through 4.
6. When you have completed all of your applications, click on "View Batch Summary and Batch Submission Screen" in the top center of the Jersey Canada Records in Batch screen .
7. This screen will display a summary of the applications you have submitted. If you would like to add more comments, click on "Edit Comments" in the "Batch Options" section, then "Update" in the comments screen. If you are satisfied with the applications, at this point you can click on "Submit this batch to Jersey Canada" under "Batch Options"
8. On the next screen, it will tell you if it was submitted OK or not. To view all the batches you have done, you can click on "List All My Batches" or to create a new batch of registrations start the process over from Section 1. Step 4.
9. When you are done with your registry applications, you can return to the homepage or continue browsing the internet without having to log-out of Jersey Canada, but if you do leave the Online Transaction section, you will have to sign on again starting with Section 1, Step 4.
Proper NLID Tagging and Tattooing
Proper identification is the backbone of having registered cows. Without it, the background of an animal is unknown and therefore the ability to predict that animal's genetic performance accurately is impossible.
Prior to registration and before reaching the age of six (6) months, each animal must be completely and permanently identified by tattoo markings. Alternatively, identification can be done by means of electronic identification devices (RFID) or NLID tags in both ears of the animal, whose use has been approved by the Board of Directors.
National Identification Dairy (NLID) or Agri-Traçabilité Québec (ATQ) tags should be used as the primary identification for registration purposes. Animals registered in this way must have one tag in each ear with the same number on them. The number inscribed on the tag will be that animal's registration number. It is not mandatory to tattoo when using NLID or ATQ tags as the primary identification method, in accordance with the by-laws of the Association. These tags are the same for all dairy breeds. Hence mixed herds do not require 2 or 3 different types of tags for each dairy breed.
To order NLID tags phone 1-877-771-6543 (English) or 1-877-771-4625 (French), visit www.nlid.org or write to NLID, P.O. Box 2065, Brantford, ON, N3T 5W5.
To order ATQ tags contact 1-866-270-4319 or visit the ATQ website at www.agri-tracabilite.qc.ca.
If an animal loses a tag, please contact NLID or ATQ to order a replacement. A replacement tag will be printed free of charge and sent to you. Replacement tags have the same number as the former (lost) tag.
To ensure the best retention of NLID tags:
1. Place panel or button tag in the centre of the ear, between the two ribs.
2. Place the metal tag on the upper flap of the ear, a short distance from the head, 90 degrees from the edge of the ear, with enough space left for the calf's ear to grow into it.
If tattoo markings are the identification tool used, the Association will allot to any owner of one or more Jersey females, a set of identification letters and/or numbers for his exclusive use at the prescribed fee. Only one such set may be issued to any one owner.
These identification letters are to be tattooed in the right ear of each animal born his property. In addition, each animal is to be identified by a tattoo in its left ear, consisting of a consecutive number (allocated by the owner at birth) followed by the unique year letter, allocated by the Association. An allowance for all tattoo markings to be placed in one ear is made in the case where NLID tags are also used. Once an animal has been identified, the same identification may not be used for any other animal of the same breed.