Mid-Plains Fiber Fair May 5-6, 2018 - York, Nebraska The Mid-Plains Fiber Fair seeks to bring together fiber artists of all skill levels for a wonderful weekend of classes, fellowship, and fun! The Vendor Hall will be open 9 AM... Continue Reading →
Nebraska Sheep & Goat Producers Association in conjunction with Nebraska Extension offer a Lambing & Kidding School on January 27th at 10 am in North Platte, Nebraska.
Abigail Olson of Sargent and Charmayne Popp of Broken Bow, represented Nebraska at the National Make It With Wool competition held in conjunction with the American Sheep Industry Association Convention, January 26-28, in Denver, CO, according to Alice Doane, State... Continue Reading →
This week, the USDA Agriculture Marketing Service published its Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices final rule. The rule, initially proposed in April 2016, aims to strengthen rules for Organic Livestock and Poultry by: Clarifying how producers and handlers must treat... Continue Reading →
Traditional herbs and flavors like mint, garlic, rosemary, red wine and thyme continue to be the core flavors paired with lamb entrée dishes, according to a quantitative research study of fine dining operations by Datassential MenuTrends™. The study which analyzed... Continue Reading →
The American Lamb Board has released its Curriculamb - a new online culinary education guide for culinary students, culinary instructors and professional chefs. The Curriculamb includes lesson plans on the U.S. sheep industry, buying and handling lamb, carcass and cut... Continue Reading →
Sheep Management Education in the comfort of your own home Continuing with providing various delivery methods of educational information, the Pipestone Lamb and Wool Program launched online courses so sheep enthusiasts can keep current in the comfort of their own... Continue Reading →