This week, ASI President Benny Cox joins to discuss the ongoing trade disruption with China and what ASI is doing to ensure sheep and wool producers can weather the challenge of retaliatory tariffs, as well as looking at funding to ensure American producers have access to key technologies.
This week, the ASI SheepCast looks at the trade implications for the U.S. wool industry, the extended comment period on the proposed rule to de-list the gray wolf and sets the record straight on the industry’s actions to preserve the range.
This week on the ASI SheepCast, we review the Secure Sheep and Wool Supply Plan, outline the need for comment on recovery of the gray wolf, and ASI files comments in support of the EPA’s revised WOTUS rule.
This week, the ASI SheepCast takes and in depth look at the 2019 ASI annual convention held last week in New Orleans. With strong attendance and a packed schedule of events, sheep producers set the industry’s priorities for the year ahead.
This week, the SheepCast catches up with Dillion, Montana sheep producer John Helle following his testimony before the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on the Interior, Energy, and Environment regarding Preserving Opportunities for Grazing on Federal Land.
This week, ASI looks at the Senate Farm Bill, applauds the House introduction of the Transporting Livestock Across America Safely Act and discusses the upcoming Young Entrepreneur tour being held in August in northern Colorado.
This week, the Public Lands Council is in Washington, D.C. advocating on behalf of sheep and cattle ranches across the west. Complimenting the ASI Spring Trip, PLC members are discussing multiple use on public lands, the need for Environmental Permitting reform and the need to set sound federal policy on feral horses and burros.