National Romeldale CVM Conservancy
|The National Romeldale-CVM Conservancy
We welcome all who share an interest in the preservation of the purebred Romeldale-CVM breed--the rarest
of the rare breeds of sheep in the country today according to the Livestock Conservancy.
Our objective is to promote and preserve purebred Romeldale-CVM sheep that are strictly verifiable through
Eidman/Sexton lineage using the herd/sire books of NRCR, which is the original and oldest registration book available
The Conservancy endeavors to enhance and promote the breed through education, breeder support, and ad co-op's.
Join us...you are all welcome! Our goal is to promote an environment in which all members are valued as equal
preservation/conservation contributors. Membership does not require ownership of Romeldale-CVM sheep, or any
specific number of purebred Romeldale-CVM sheep. The only requirement is a genuine interest in preserving the
rare and endangered Romeldale-CVM breed.
Please download and print out the Membership Application,
Then complete the membership application and mail it, along with membership fees, to:
National Romeldale-CVM Conservancy, Inc.
PO Box 231
305 Lincoln St.
Wamego, KS 66547
Membership Fees and Privileges
Membership in NRCC brings you into a network of people interested in furthering the Romeldale-CVM breed of
sheep. A tri-annual newsletter brings topics specific to our breed right to your door. As an added bonus,
Conservancy dues entitle members to receive an automatic membership in NRCR. Members may then register
all verifiable Eidman/Sexton purebred sheep at a nominal per-animal fee (see animal registration form on
NRCR page for fee structure) for each calendar year that their Conservancy membership is renewed.
The Conservancy operates completely on a volunteer staff and donations. We are a 501(C)3 non-profit making
it easier for individuals and business alike to be able to not only help the Romeldale-CVM as an endangered
breed, but also be able to use it as a tax deductible donation. Our mission is to preserve this most unique
breed as part of the heritage we hold in this country today.