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August 31, 2017 - WOTUS and Budgets

This week, the American Sheep Industry Association reviews the proposed WOTUS rule and discusses ASI’s fiscal year 2018 budget. ASI SheepCast now available on iTunes and Android!




August 23, 2017 - Economic Outlook and Market Transparency
This week, the American Sheep Industry Association discusses the economic impact of the sheep industry to the U.S. economy and the inclusion of data from cooperatives in USDA price reporting. ASI SheepCast Now Available on iTunes and Android!






August 17, 2017 - H2A with Peter Orwick
This week, the American Sheep Industry Association talks with Executive Director Peter Orwick about the H2A program and the industry’s efforts to prepare for immigration reform.






August 9, 2017 - Sage Grouse, Bighorn Sheep and AmericanWool.org
This week the American Sheep Industry Association discusses recent developments on sage grouse conservation, a decision by the Federal Court of forest management and the rollout of AmericanWool.org.





August 4, 2017 - With Association President Mike Corn
This week, the American Sheep Industry Association joins President Mike Corn at the executive board meeting on the Osguthorpe Ranch in Park City, Utah to discuss the association’s priorities and programs for the upcoming budget year.





July 26, 2017 - Live from the Outdoor Retailer Show
This week, the American Sheep Industry Association heads to the Outdoor Retailer Show in Salt Lake City to see the latest trends and discuss the benefits of wool in performance textiles.




July 20, 2017 - Appropriations
This week, appropriations takes center stage as top priorities for the industry are debated in Congress for the upcoming fiscal year





June 28, 2017 - WOTUS and Trade
On this week’s SheepCast, ASI talks about the EPA’s withdraw of the WOTUS rule, upcoming comment period on the Livestock Protection Collar and expanding trade in sheep, lamb and wool.





June 21, 2017 - Farm Bill and Predator Control
The American Sheep Industry Association discusses the efforts this week on behalf of the nation’s 88,000 sheep producers. Top of mind is maintaining support for agricultural research in the upcoming farm bill and continued work toward ensuring producers have access to effective predator control through USDA Wildlife Services.