Checkoff
Learn more about Indiana's sheep Checkoff program, and how to submit funding requests and pay the Checkoff fee
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Directory
See complete listings of our members and get in touch with a local producer to purchase lamb, wool, breeding sheep or club lambs
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Programs
Check out ISA's current programs, contests and annual events which are geared toward the promotion of Indiana's Sheep Industry
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WELCOME

We are proud to support, promote and provide educational resources for the Indiana sheep industry and consumers. Today’s members include a wide range of breeders, wool producers, farm fresh and commercial lamb growers, 4-H and FFA students, supportive businesses and other interested individuals. As the ISA continues to address producers’ most pressing concerns, you too can share this rich heritage and learn valuable skills to improve your operation by joining ISA today.

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Our Mission
The Indiana Sheep Association acts as the unifying and authoritative voice of the Indiana sheep industry at the local, state, regional and national levels. ISA accomplishes its mission by supporting, educating and promoting Indiana producers, educating consumers about the value of sheep, wool, and the sheep industry in Indiana, and cooperating with Purdue University in its extension, research and teaching programs.
About Us
The Indiana Sheep Association is a non-profit organization that works to support, promote and provide educational resources for the Indiana sheep industry and consumers. If you are sheep breeder, wool producer, lamb producer, related business, related industry or care about Indiana’s sheep industry in any capacity, we want you in our membership. ISA strives to address producers’ most pressing concerns and keep informed of national sheep news and leadership while providing programing on the state level best suited to the needs of our members. Working together, we are proud to provide a unified voice for the Indiana Sheep Industry in all its facets.

Indiana Sheep Association

Bringing Indiana's Sheep Industry Together Since 1876