Indiana Sheep Association
Indiana SheepBreeders

Happy lambing!
A note from ISA President, Paul Russell
Lambing season — some have been at it for a month or two, some are just getting started
and others are hoping to miss this cold weather and will lamb in the spring. We are lambing
out our thirty-seventh crop of lambs and I still get excited when each lamb takes that first
breath and gets up and going. I am still amazed that each year brings on a situation we
have never dealt with before. If I’d only known raising sheep could be this educational, I
would have started writing a book. This is why I am convinced that all new start up flocks
should have a mentor to help with all situations that arise. (Continue)

Join us in Salem, IN April 4 for the ISA
Value-added Marketing Symposium
Don't miss these informative sessions!

  • Ethnic markets from Katherine Harrison, an Ohio
    producer who has researched the unique needs
    of this niche.
  • Success stories from a panel of Indiana
    producers using value-added approaches.
  • Insights from Alan Culham, newly hire by ASI
    to head up the "Let's Grow Initiative" on why
    Indiana needs more sheep and the role NSIP can play.
To learn more & RSVP
ISA Membership Join Today!

As we move through the 2015 membership year, it is critical that we continue to work together. You can assist in the success of our industry by renewing your ISA annual membership dues. You can also help by recruiting new ISA members.

We accomplish more when we work together.
We rely on a strong membership base to continue our efforts to improve the sheep industry. None of our accomplishments would happen without you!


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About ISA . . . .
The Indiana Sheep Association is a non-profit organization that exists to serve, support and advance the Indiana sheep industry and Indiana agriculture. It was originally founded as the Indiana Wool Growers Association in 1876. The Indiana Sheep Association is one of the oldest livestock organizations in Indiana. The unification effort by early members indicates tremendous wisdom to realize the collective efforts of many can often accomplish what the best singular efforts of one cannot.

ISA…Bringing Indiana’s sheep industry together since 1876.

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