There’s a shortage of Registered Corriente Cattle out there
- You want to become a breeder…but it’s been tough to find registered breeding stock to buy or
- Maybe you have a herd already, and wished you had registered “her”, but now you can’t figure out her pedigree for the life of you?
Good news…the NACA launched a new program on 1 April 2014 –
VISUAL INSPECTION OF CORRIENTE FEMALES
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CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICIES
North American Corriente Association – Member Service Agreements
North American Corriente Association clients with an annual membership service agreement, have the right to cancel their service and receive a full refund by submitting timely notice of cancellation within the first ten (10) days from the original payment date. The original payment date is the date that a North American Corriente Association client made payment within the North American Corriente Association shopping cart, or by the date recorded on a payment check.
To submit a refund request within the first 10 days of payment, you must contact North American Corriente Association Customer Service via Email at Customer Support.
Payments for animal registration and other services will not be refunded.
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