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Tele-reg and Whole herd grade up costs to increase by £1.00 on 1 Oct 2012

20 Apr 2012


From the 1st October 2012 Telephone registrations and Whole herd grade up costs will be increased by £1.00.

 

Telephone registrations currently cost £9.00 + £1.80 VAT = £10.80

The new price will be £10.00 + £2.00 VAT = £12.00 (female and male prices are the same)

 

Whole herd grade ups currently cost £11.00 + £2.20 VAT = 13.20

The new price will be £12.00 + £2.40 VAT = £14.40 (female and male prices are the same)

 

NB. Internet prices will not be increased. Female and male prices are the same on the Internet (£8.00 + £1.60 VAT = £9.60).