A Note from Paul Russell, ISA President
This year my wife, Diane, and I will have been involved for over 30 years as members of Indiana’s Sheep Association (ISA). As I think about the year ahead, I’m enthusiastic about ISA’s future, our members’ future, and for all those involved with sheep in Indiana. Let me explain why.
1) Profitable industry growth is a priority
As president, one of my top priorities is to grow the numbers of sheep in Indiana. I would like to see new operations started and existing operations expand. (Continue )
Indiana Sheep & Wool Check-Off Program Link
Click here to go to the sheep & wool progam website!
“I love my sheep” Challenges
Do your friends sometimes wonder why you get so enthusiastic about your sheep operation? We have a good friend that is just absolutely passionate about John Deere — tools, hats, vanity plates, tractors, anything and everything John Deere. When I think about it, having that kind of passion can be really good. It can even be contagious! Are you passionate about the breed of sheep you raise? Are you enthusiastic about why sheep are important to you or your operation? If so, I have two great opportunities for you! (Continue )
ISA Thanks Crowder for Past Service
ISA’s Board of Directors shares its thanks to Mike Crowder for his leadership over the past two years as ISA president. Mike, your dedication to the sheep industry is greatly appreciated!