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Seeking Junior Coordinator

The United Suffolk Sheep Association is seeking an individual to fill the position of Junior Coordinator. This is a voluntary position with travel reimbursement. Application deadline is June 1st. Open to individuals 22 and older (outside the age of eligibility to be a junior member). The Junior Coordinator reports to the United Suffolk Sheep Association Board of Directors.

Junior Coordinator Duties include but are not limited to:
Guide Junior Board of Directors
Participate on monthly UJSSA conference call meetings
Review, interview and select UJSSA directors and interns
Monitor UJSSA Financials
Serve as onsite staff at the All-American Junior Show (AJSS)
Coordinate UJSSA directors to assist with needs throughout the AAJS
Guide UJSSA Board on fundraising & Event Planning

Attendance Requirements:
All-American Junior Show – 4th of July weekend (Wednesday – Sunday)
North American International Livestock Exposition – approximately 5 days, the 2 or 3rd weekend in November

Application for Junior Coordinator
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Educational Opportunity!

Mark your calendars for July 26-27!

“A New Direction in Sheep Breeding” educational seminar – open to ALL sheep breeders! No charge!

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Funded by Let’s Grow

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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 [ ]


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Upcoming Events

National Junior Suffolk Show/All-American Junior Show Entry Deadline
May 25, 2019
Season’s Bounty Farm Annual Production Sale
May 25, 2019
Rockingham County Fairgrounds
Western National Suffolk Sale in conjuction w/Nugget All American Show & Sale
May 30, 2019
Sparks, NV
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