Come see us at the State Fair!

24 Aug
August 24, 2016

The Baa Booth

The Baa Booth is open the first eight days of the fair (Aug. 25 – Sept. 1, 2016) and is located inside the Sheep Barn at the south end off Judson Avenue, L29 on the State Fair map. It is an educational exhibit for lamb, sheep, and wool products, and recipes too!

CHS Miracle of Birth Center

The CHS Miracle of Birth Center, a one-of-a-kind agricultural education exhibit. Come see live births and newborn baby lambs, and other farm animals, all 12 days of the fair.

Minnesota Lamb & Wool Producers Commercial booth

Our booth offers: sheep skin pelt products, handcrafted wool products, wool yarns, sheep soaps & lanolin lotion, miscellaneous sheep paper and ornamental products, and information regarding lamb and wool production and recipes.
This booth is located in the Dairy Building, west wall, map site R31.

Summer is in full swing

30 Jun
June 30, 2016

First crop hay is under our belt and many are already starting the second cut thanks to the rains some have received. Lambs are being marketed and most ewe flocks are on pasture resting up before the rams are turned in. The show season is well under way and the kids are working on their 4-H sheep projects.  Be sure to offer a helping hand to these young shepherds not only showing their sheep, but educating them on the care, feeding and healthcare of their projects. Let’s help our future shepherds get started on the right foot!

Shepherds Harvest

15 May
May 15, 2016

It was a cold but sunny weekend, but that did not seem to stop the people from coming out to the festival. Lots of people walked around with bags full of item sold by all the vendors. The Minnesota Lamb and Wool was busy with people shopping.

Urban Ag Day

01 May
May 1, 2016

MLWPA members Kelly and John spoke to 250 3rd grade students as they were ushered around the Coliseum at the Minnesota State Fair Grounds. They spoke with them to explain what all went into raising sheep and what the many products were that we receive from sheep.

MLWP goes to DC

20 Mar
March 20, 2016


Steve Schreier, John Brandon Dvorak, and John Dvorak

The Minnesota Lamb and Wool Producers Association were in Washington on Wednesday for their annual D.C. fly in. They thanked me for my opposition to the WOTUS rule and my support for federal funds to control problem wolves. They also discussed additional appropriations requests for the Scrapie eradication program, wolf management funding, and USDA’s Agriculture Research Services. – via Collin Peterson’s Newsletter