Nebraska Sheep & Goat Producer Association

Supporting, Promoting and Protecting Nebraska Sheep & Goat Producers



Nebraska Sheep & Goat Producers 2022 Ultrasound Clinic

The Nebraska Sheep & Goat Producers are excited to announce that we will be hosting an Ultrasound Clinic in Scottsbluff, NE this summer on July 22nd & July 23rd. We will be having ReproScan Ultrasound Technol-ogies conducting a hands-on clinic... Continue Reading →

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Beginning Shepherd Program

Join us on June 4, 2022, in Beatrice at the Gage County Extension Office for our 2nd Beginning Shepherd Program. This program is for all shepherd and any size of flock to gain information to improve their shepherding skills and... Continue Reading →

2022 Pipestone Sheep Facility Tour Don’t miss your chance to attend the 2022 Pipestone Lamb and Wool Program Sheep Facility tour which will be held on June 7th, 2022.  The tour will begin and end at the Minnesota West Community and Technical College, Pipestone Campus. ... Continue Reading →

Easter Dinner

Are you looking for something different to make for Easter dinner? American lamb is becoming readily available in many groceries store chains. Here is an easy recipe to try. Sticky Lamb Ribs Ingredients: 1 kg (2 pounds) Lamb ribs (Ask... Continue Reading →

Don’t Let Drought Woes Follow You into 2022

United States experienced extreme or exceptional drought as late as mid-October 2021. While we certainly felt the effects of drought in theyear behind us, there's plenty sheep and goat producers can do to top drought’s lingering impact in the new... Continue Reading →

American Lamb Summit 2022 Registration Now Open

The much-anticipated second American Lamb Summit is set for August 8-9, 2022, in East Lansing, MI. Registration opens Tuesday, April 5. The purpose of this interactive event is to inspire the next level of change and collaboration among all segments... Continue Reading →

Tips for Artificial Rearing of Lambs/Kids

In many sheep flocks and goat herds there are orphaned lambs or kids and many prolific ewes/does have too many lambs/kids for the milking ability of the natural mother. Artificial rearing should only be considered when the option to foster... Continue Reading →

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