- December 2013
- President’s Notes
- Market Report
- Pfliger Represents ASI at Trade Talk
- Sheep Industry Meets With APHIS
- Wood to Feed Program Gets Most Out of Juniper Trees
- Ohio Jam Combines Lamb and Wine
- Diversity Plays Big Role in Success for National Spinning
- Peavey, Percival to Represent Producers on Lamb Board
- Grower Opens On-Ranch Processing Plant
- ALB News
- Gary Babb
- Joseph Siddoway Broadbent
Peavey, Percival to Represent Producers on Lamb Board
(December 1. 2013) Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced four appointments to the 2014 Lamb Promotion, Research and Information Board, which is more commonly referred to as the American Lamb Board (ALB).
Vilsack commented that each appointee has the experience and knowledge to benefit the ALB. Each appointee will serve a three-year term.
“These appointees represent a cross section of the lamb industry and I am confident that the lamb industry will be well served by them,” said Vilsack.
The newly appointed board members representing producers include Jim Percival (Ohio) and Diane Peavey (Idaho).
Also, Dale Thorne (Mich.) was appointed to represent feeders, and Greg Ahart (Calif.) will represent first handlers.
All appointees are first-time members to the board.
The American Sheep Industry Association (ASI) nominated Peavey and Percival as sheep producer directors. ASI president Clint Krebs expressed appreciation with the appointments so that the new directors can weigh in on the new funding available this year with the increase in the checkoff assessment supported by ASI.
ALB is composed of six producers, three feeders, one seedstock producer, three first handlers and a member of the public.