The NAWSA maintains a Registry of all animals submitted and approved for Registration. Animals must meet or exceed the rules of the NAWSA breed up guidelines to be issued a Registration number and original certificate of pedigree.
The NAWSA keeps track of all transfers and sales.
Our Registrar, GLMRegistry (www.GLMRegistry.com ) has put together a wonderful site for members of the NAWSA. Once you login and are approved, you can view information on your flock, find other members, search for NAWSA animals, and more.
We are so pleased that we have such a reliable and professional Registrar. They offer many advantages for our members. Online forms that are easy to fill out with pull-down screens and pre-filled fields are just some of the advantages they provide to the NAWSA. They are also very approachable and happy to answer any questions.
Once they receive your signup and verify that you are a member, they will setup your account and send an email notification that it is ready. Here is the link to the login page:
It is important to remember that you are viewing a screen that has some but not all of the data that is contained in the NAWSA Registry.
If you are looking to access more information than is displayed on the screen view, please contact the NAWSA or GLM Registry
GLMRegistry is happy to answer questions and help you with the registration process.
Contact them at NAWSA@GLMRegistry.com
Applications for registration for lambs must be submitted and signed by the breeder of the lamb. The breeder will be verifying the parentage of the lamb as they would have initiated the mating. The breeder of the animal must be a member of the NAWSA to submit lambs for registration. Lambs must be less than 24 months old, and both sire and dam must be registered with the NAWSA for the offspring to be eligible. Each registered animal is issued an official Registration certificate with raised seal. This certificate has all the information on the animal, and verifies your ownership. You must present this original certificate when and if you would like to transfer the ownership of the animal to a new owner. On the back side of the certificate there is a form to fill out and submit when transferring ownership. Members are also free to sell or gift animals without transferring the pedigree, but must realize that without that signed original certificate, the offspring from that animal will not be eligible for future registrations.
Please feel free to contact the NAWSA with any questions - email@example.com
or contact any Board Member.
The data in the NAWSA Registry belongs exclusively to the NAWSA and may not be used or duplicated without expressed written approval by the Board of Director.