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Circle News Lets Grow Flock

The goal of the Let's Grow initiative is to ensure that the U.S. sheep industry is sustainable for future producers of lamb and wool.

Circle News Legislative Action Center

This page contains links to various Congressional web pages--membership directories, legislative schedules and leadership committee/subcommittee rosters.

Circle Wildlife Wildlife Services

196 organizations representing a broad range of food producers, wildlife sportsmen, aviation, local governments and resource interests show support for WS. Learn more

Circle Calendar SHEEP HERITAGE SCHOLARSHIP

Enter your photos in the ASI Photo Contest. Deadline to submit is Aug. 25, 2015.
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Circle Sheep LETS GROW FUNDING APPLICATION

The 2016 ASI Annual Meeting will be held on Jan. 27-30, 2016, in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Sheep Industry News

A publication of the American Sheep Industry

Wool Council Meets With Shearers -- NLFA Howard Wyman Leadership School -- Cory Family Farm -- Sheep Heritage Foundation Scholarship Winner
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ASI President: Section 32 Purchase Could Boost Lamb Prices -- H-2A Comments Finalized -- Iowa Sheep & Wool Festival
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ASI President: Livestock Mandatory Reporting is Vital -- Lamb Producers Looking More to Ethnic Market -- Congress Extends H-2A Comment Period
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H-2A Herder Rule Proposal Threatens Sheep Industry ~ Lamb Inventories motivate Section 32 Request ~ Recap from ASI's Spring Legislative Trip ~ Latest Bighorn Letter Asks for Action, Clarification
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Sheepherder Rule Proposal Expected ~ ASI Leads Industry to Nation's Capitol ~ Fight to Keep Sheep U.S. Experiment Station Open Continues ~ LRP-Lamb Insurance Sales Set to Resume in May
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150th ASI Convention Special Issue ~ ASI Elects New Officers ~ Industry Updated on Bighorns, Scrapie and Roadmap Progress ~ Committee Formed to Defend U.S. Sheep Experiment Station
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Predator Concerns: Sheep Producer Ponders Wolf Impacts ~ APHIS Sets 2015 Sheep Priorities ~ Wool Trade With China Could Bounce in 2015 ~ College Wool Judgers Compete
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