Pedigree Dexter Cattle Sales

The Dexter Cattle Society Herd Book

Dexter Cattle Society members can post Pedigree Dexter Cattle for sale or hire in the online Herd Book. We would encourage our members to consider using this to ensure the cattle you purchase are fully pedigree registered or birth notified. 


Click the link below to the herd book and select 'animals for sale/hire'

NI Dexter Cattle Group Facebook Page

We want to encourage individuals to connect and utilise the social media sites we are running. 

We have over 800 people following the Facebook Page meaning there is the opportunity to reach a wide range of potential buyers or indeed sellers.

As long as your herd details are included as directed below you can get a 'tech savy' friend or family member to post on your behalf. 

Please see details below about posting to the page if looking to buy or sell Pedigree Dexter Cattle. 

Details Of What Can Be Posted To Facebook

Posting to our Facebook wall about...
Pedigree Dexter Cattle for Sale

Available to members of The NI Dexter Cattle Group only

All queries relating to the post will be directed to the member. The group does not take responsibility for any details regarding the sale of the animal and individuals purchasing the animal should ensure the usual pre-purchase checks. 

It is the members responsibility to edit the post once the animal is sold. We recommend you type 'SOLD' or 'NO LONGER AVAILABLE' to the top of the original post. 



Posting to our Facebook wall about...​
Purchasing Pedigree Dexter Cattle

Available to members of The NI Dexter Cattle Group, individuals who are not yet members but are thinking about starting a herd and wholesalers/businesses looking to purchase cattle for beef

All queries relating to the post will be directed to the member. The group does not take responsibility for any details regarding the sale of the animal and individuals purchasing the animal should ensure the usual pre-purchase checks. 

It is the individuals responsibility to edit the post once their enquiry is no longer relevant.