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WHY RAMBOUILLET SHEEP?
Rambouillet sheep are raised successfully in a range of climate conditions from the scarce brush area of Texas to the extreme cold winters of Wisconsin. Breeders are also realizing the possibilities of raising the Rambouillet in diverse international environments such as Mexico, India and Canada. The ability of the Rambouillet to produce both meat and wool of high quality, with little feed and at a wide range of temperatures, are the key factors to maximizing breeders' profits per acre. In this era of technology push, the producer must learn to minimize costs by increasing efficiency. The Rambouillet can attain this goal. For many years, the Rambouillet has been known as the profit "cornerstone" of the U.S. sheep industry.
LATEST NEWS & UPDATES

Past ARSBA President and long time Rambouillet breeder, Mr. Clinton Hodges of Sterling City, Texas passed away earlier this evening. Mr. Hodges was a huge advocate for not only the Rambouillet breed but the entire sheep industry. His presence will be greatly missed. There will be a visitation from 6:00-8:00 PM Wednesday night (Nov. 30th) and the funeral will be at 10:00 AM Thursday (Dec 1st). Both will be at the Methodist Church in Sterling City, Texas.

         ANNOUNCING AMNESTY PROGRAM

It was decided by the Board of Directors that from November 1st - December 31st, 2016 there will be an amnesty program for the American Rambouillet Sheep Breeders Association. Purebred Rambouillet sheep of any age that are eligible for registration will be allowed to register during this time for the 12 month and under rate of $7.00 per head. This provision will allow for any breeders that have missed registering some sheep through the years the opportunity to “catch up” on their registrations for a reduced price.

In addition, since the time of the meetings in Pipestone, Associated Registry, the organization that handles our registrations, is now accepting credit cards on our behalf. They prefer you pay via check or cash, however, if you need items done quickly or need something expedited, you will be allowed to use your credit card. You will be charged an additional fee. If you have questions about either topic, please contact the registry office or Robbie for more information.

 

ARSBA INFORMATION

2016 Meeting Information
Annual Meeting Minutes
Executive Meeting Minutes
Register of Merit
Constitution & Finance
Promotion, Advertising Minutes

Latest Newsletter
September 2016 Bouilletin

Scholarship Information
2016 Scholarship Application
2016 Scholarship Information

Futurity Information
Revised Ewe Lamb Futurity Guidelines
Futurity Letter
Futurity Placing Form
Futurity Nomination Form

SHOW & SALE RESULTS

2015-2016 Futurity Results

2016 National Sale Results

2015 National Sale Results

2015 National Jr. Show Results

 

2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

National Champion Ewe
Dew Drop Farms
New York Mills, MN
Lot 127

National Champion Ram

Dew Drop Farms
New York Mills, MN
Lot 126

Reserve National Champion Ewe
Dew Drop Farms
New York Mills, MN
Lot 131F

Reserve National Champion Ram
Marshall Sheep Company
Arlington, SD
Lot 161

2016 Wyoming State Ram Sale

Lot 10, Consigned by Forbes, Rabel & McGiveny Rambouillets of Kaycee, WY.
Sold for $3300 to JA Phillips Ranch of Paul, ID.

The top Certified Rambouillet was Lot 1, Consigned by Forbes, Rabel & McGiveny Rambouillets of Kaycee, WY.  Sold for $3000 to the Julian Ranch of Kemmerer, WY.

The Certified Rambouillet average was $2,250 and the Rambouillet Yearling average was $934.



 

 

 

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