March 31, 2006 -- Applications to the National Lamb Feeders Association (NLFA) Leadership School must be submitted by May 1, 2006. This year?s school will be held in Greeley, Colo., from July 9-12.
The 2006 school will be under the direction of Steve LeValley, Ph.D., Colorado State University sheep specialist. Students, who may be sheep producers, lamb feeders or anyone involved with the sheep industry, will participate in facility tours and farm visits throughout the Greeley area.
Attendance is limited to 25 students. Attendees must be 20 years of age or older and are responsible for their own travel to the location. There is no fee to apply, however, once accepted, a registration fee of $100 is required to secure placement. NLFA, with the support of the National Sheep Industry Improvement Center, covers the cost of meals, lodging and tour-related expenses.
Applications may be downloaded from the NLFA Web site at www.nlfa-sheep.orgor requested by calling (503) 370-7024.