Indiana Sheep Association

 

Thank you
to Beck's Hybrids for the use of their facility for the Indiana Sheep Symposium

The Indiana Sheep Association would like to thank the
Indiana Farm Bureau for their continued support.

ISA Supports Animal Agriculture

 

 

Congratulations to the winners from the early registration drawing of the
sheep skins donated by the
Indiana Sheep Association.

David Trotter, pictured here.
Mary Ann & Bernie Cripe and
Mary Lou Hayden were also winners.
Other door prizes were given to
numerous winners as well.
Thank you to our donors for those prizes!

 

 




Stockdog Training Clinic
  Stockdog training clinic with instructor Jack Knox from Scotland
Friday, April 25th - Sunday, April 27th in Switzerland County
Click here for more information

 

Howard Wyman Sheep Industry Leadership School
Applications must be received back to ISA by April 15th
Click here for more information

 

PURDUE LAMBING SCHOOL
Saturday, February 8, 2014
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Purdue Animal Sciences Research and Education Center (Sheep Unit)
Click here to view flyer

 

Indiana Sheep Association Symposium
Saturday, February 22, 2014
Beck’s Hybrids Conference Center – Atlanta, IN
Registration 8:00 am-9:20 am Symposium 9:30-4:30 pm
Click here for symposium registration form


 

2014 Membership Application

2014 ISA Breeders Directory

2014 Winter Newsletter

 



Thanks to the following for their support:
Indiana Corn Marketing Council
Indiana Soybean Alliance
Janes Livestock - Gary Janes - Greenfield, IN
Russell Sheep Company - Paul Russell & Family - Eaton, IN


 

Message from our president

It has been an honor and a privilege. These are the words I generally speak as I start and end judging a livestock show. I never take for granted the opportunity to support this great industry. When I took office a few years ago, I had two goals in mind. The first was to put the finishing touches on the Market Development Council and have it enacted before I left office. With the help of several people along the way, we were able to check this off the list. My other goal was to bridge the divide that currently exists in the sheep industry between the commercial producers, show sheep breeders (both market and frame), fiber enthusiasts, and the list goes on and on. I said in my first president’s letter that we need everyone and that has not changed one bit. The agriculture industry faces attacks each and every day. Yes, many of these attacks are from uninformed activists, but their voices seem to resonate loudly throughout this country. The general public is getting further and further away from understanding where their food comes from and it is our job to educate them properly as to why we do what we do. If our industry is not united, then why should anyone believe what we have to say? I am thankful for the many people that have supported me the past few years and look forward to working with the new ISA Board as we continue to strengthen our industry. Thanks again, it has been an honor and a privilege.
Mike Crowder ISA President

 

 

Our mission...

The Indiana Sheep Association is a non-profit organization that exists to serve, support and advance the Indiana sheep industry and Indiana agriculture.

 

 

About our organization...

The present Indiana Sheep Association 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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