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February 9, 2017

The 2017 American Sheep Industry Association Convention wrapped up on Saturday, Jan. 28, with the election of New Mexico sheep producer Mike Corn as the organization’s new president. Benny Cox (Texas) was voted to serve as vice president and Susan Shultz (Ohio) will serve as secretary/treasurer.


February 9, 2017

Susan Shultz of De Graff, Ohio, was elected secretary/treasurer of the American Sheep Industry Association at the 2017 ASI Convention in Denver, Jan. 25-28.


February 9, 2017

Don Kniffen of Asbury, N.J., was elected to represent Region I on the American Sheep Industry Association’s Executive Board at the 2017 ASI Convention in Denver, Jan. 25-28.


February 9, 2017

Jimmy Parker of Vinemont, Ala., was elected to represent Region II on the American Sheep Industry Association’s Executive Board at the 2017 ASI Convention in Denver, Jan. 25-28.


John Dvorak of Webster, Minn., was elected to represent Region III on the American Sheep Industry Association’s Executive Board at the 2017 ASI Convention in Denver, Jan. 25-28.


February 9, 2017

Steve Osguthorpe of Park City, Utah, was elected to represent Region VI on the American Sheep Industry Association’s Executive Board at the 2017 ASI Convention in Denver, Jan. 25-28.


February 9, 2017

Reed Anderson of Brownville, Ore., was elected to represent Region VIII on the American Sheep Industry Association’s Executive Board at the 2017 ASI Convention in Denver, Jan. 25-28.


February 7, 2017

Award recipients at the 2017 American Sheep Industry Association’s Annual Convention have provided timely leadership, valuable expertise, key research and precious ink in support of the sheep industry through the years.


February 1, 2017

Temple Grandin, Ph.D., Colorado State University, kicked off the festivities at of one of the largest American Sheep Industry Association conventions in the last decade in her trademark way…by mesmerizing the audience with her concrete thinking.


February 1, 2017

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far way, “The Fleece Was Awakened.” This was the setting for the 2017 National Make It With Wool Fashion Show and Competition. State-winning MIWW contestants competed in the national finals and awards program in a well-choreographed style show during the American Sheep Industry Association’s Annual Convention in Denver on Jan. 28. The designers taking top honors were Alison Faber of Ohio and Sarah Thelen of Minnesota.


January 2017

January 4, 2017

In preparation for the new year and new administration, the American Sheep Industry Association , on behalf of the nation's 88,000 sheep producers, provided the Trump Administration a list of priorities they hope will be considered for immediate action. Burton Pfliger, ASI President and North Dakota sheep producer said America's sheep producers are struggling amidst the last eight years of regulatory rampage.