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2021 Suffolk Breeders Directory

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View 2020 Annual Meeting AgendaYear-end ReportsRegistrations by Member Registrations by State19-20 USSA Financial Summary


DISTRICT 3 VACANCY NOTICE (posted 11/5/20)View District 3 Vacancy Notice

DIRECTOR ELECTION RESULTSThere will be one director opening in Districts 1, 3 and 4. There will be 2 openings in District 2; a one year term and a three year term. 

District 1
Matt Wolf, Caldwell, Idaho
View District 1 Candidate Bio
District 2
Carol Heupel, Weldona, Colorado – fills 3 year term, 14 votes
Jeff Baumann, Savannah, Missouri – fills 1 year term, 13 votes
Bill Gergen, Geneva, Nebraska – 12 votes
Tom Burke, Smithville, Missouri – 5 votesView District 2 Candidate Bios
District 3

Jeremy Geske, New Prague, Minnesota – 23 votes
Teresa Harker, Oxford, Iowa – 12 votesView District 3 Candidate Bios
District 4
The District 4 vacancy seat will be filled on November 10th. View District 4 Vacancy Notice (updated 8.26)

PROPOSED BYLAW CHANGESThe following document lists the proposed [ ]

Suffolk Genetic Recovery Program

U.S.S.A Board Adopts Suffolk Genetic Recovery Program

The United Suffolk Board in its retreat during the spring of 2015 proposed a goal of establishing a Suffolk genetic recovery program under the breed improvement plan.  It became apparent to the Board that a number of Suffolk breeders had not registered their Suffolks for many years.  These sheep were not eligible for the percentage registration program even though they were of Suffolk origins.  The Board decided to explore the ramifications of allowing these breeders to register their sheep by appointing a committee to further investigate the issue.  The Board adopted a Suffolk genetic recovery proposal after much research and numerous meetings.  The parameters of the program are as follows.

Eligibility for Suffolk GAP registrations

Must be a member in good standing of the U.S.S.A. or U.J.S.S.A
Certify to the best of your knowledge that the sheep being considered for GAP are of Suffolk descent by signing [ ]


Flock Dispersal

Flock Dispersal
Due to age, this flock is dispersing. Sheep are available for sale immediately.
14 bred ewes (born 2020-2013), heavy bred, could begin lambing in the next 2-4 weeks. Primarily MacCauley breeding.

MacCauley 3004, MacCauley 2510 son
2 MacCauley 3004 sons (born 2019)

Gordon MacPhee, Stony Farm Suffolks
Holden, Massachusetts
Home: 508-829-4556
Office: 508-829-9260


Upcoming Events

Slack Club Lambs - Formula of Champions Sale - Starting March 21 for 5 Nights!
March 22, 2021
USSA Suffolk Futurity Ewe Lamb Sale
April 19, 2021
Stars of the North Sale
April 21, 2021
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