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With the announcement of an additional delay on the Electronic Logging mandate for livestock haulers, ASI looks at industry efforts to find resolution and the FARM Act on low-level emissions from livestock waste gets a companion in the House.
March 7, 2018: Spring DC Trip
This week, the American Sheep Industry Association was in Washington, D.C. for the annual spring fly in. We talk with ASI President Mike Corn about meeting with the USDA and Department of Interior, agencies that producers work with every day. We also caught up on the policy priorities of the industry.
February 28, 2018: Wildlife Services, Environmental Regs and Lamb Lover's month
This week, ASI and over 200 stakeholders urge appropriations support for USDA Wildlife Services, legislation is introduced to roll back unintended regulatory overreach and ASI members prepare to take to Washington, D.C. to visit with agencies and their Congressional representatives.
February 8, 2018: ASI Closes Out a Successful 2018 Annual Meeting
Wrapping up the 2018 Sheep Industry Convention with major announcements on policy priorities and directives for the upcoming year.
January 24, 2018 - Sage Grouse Comments, ELD and Convention around the corner
This week, ASI joins with PLC to submit comments on Sage Grouse, FMCSA extends the comment period on electronic logging for livestock haulers and the annual ASI convention is on record pace for San Antonio.
This week, the American Sheep Industry visits with Peter Ackroyd, President of the International Wool Textile Organization (IWTO) at the mid-year meeting in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
December 14, 2017
This week, ASI sits down with Indiana Director Dr. Stan Poe, as ASI officers travel to Washington, D.C. to discuss priorities for the Sheep Industry including trade, scrapie and Wildlife Services predator control.
December 20, 2017
As 2017 comes to a close, we look at updates on some key priorities for the sheep industry including the status of electronic logging for livestock haulers, ongoing litigation threatening the industry and the tax reform package.
November 29, 2017 - ASI Sheep Cast: Electronic Logging Delay and Legal Action
This week, ASI submits comments to postpone enforcement of the Electronic Logging Device rule and pushes back against lawsuits aimed at preventing grazing on Federal lands.
September 20, 2017 - ASI Sheep Cast: Monument Designations and Export Programs
On this week’s SheepCast, we look at possible boundary changes to monument designations on existing public lands and efforts to strengthen export programs.
August 31, 2017 - ASI Sheep Cast: WOTUS and Budgets
This week, the American Sheep Industry Association reviews the proposed WOTUS rule and discusses ASI’s fiscal year 2018 budget.
August 23, 2017 - ASI Sheep Cast: Economic Outlook and Market Transparency
This week, the American Sheep Industry Association discusses the economic impact of the sheep industry to the U.S. economy and the inclusion of data from cooperatives in USDA price reporting.
August 16, 2017 - ASI Sheep Cast: H2A with Peter Orwick
This week, the American Sheep Industry Association talks with Executive Director Peter Orwick about the H2A program and the industry’s efforts to prepare for immigration reform.
August 3, 2017 - ASI Sheep Cast: with Association President Mike Corn
This week, the American Sheep Industry Association joins President Mike Corn at the executive board meeting on the Osguthorpe Ranch in Park City, Utah to discuss the association’s priorities and programs for the upcoming budget year.xecutive Director Peter Orwick about the H2A program and the industry’s efforts to prepare for immigration reform.
June 21, 2017 - ASI Sheep Cast: Farm Bill and Predator Control
The American Sheep Industry Association discusses the efforts this week on behalf of the nation’s 88,000 sheep producers. Top of mind is maintaining support for agricultural research in the upcoming farm bill and continued work toward ensuring producers have access to effective predator control through USDA Wildlife Services.