Presidents Message

President’s Message – March 2013

March 8, 2013

It’s lambing time! The time of year all shepherds look forward to. We finally get to see if all the care and hard work pays off. Lambs are the lifeblood of most ARBA sheep operations. They represent future meat, fiber and breeding stock. Every lamb is important to the bottom line. We need to do [...]

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President’s Message – Fall 2012

October 1, 2012

Outstanding!!! This is the best way I have to describe our centennial District Shows. I had the pleasure of attending all of them. The celebration of 100 years of Romneys in America began in Oregon. Our ARBA annual meeting and banquet was held at the Williamette Heritage Center, at The Mill. All of us enjoyed [...]

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President’s Message – April 2012

April 23, 2012

Welcome to the American Romney Breeders Association website. Spring has sprung a bit early for most of the country. I hope you are enjoying watching those wonderful Romney lambs grow. We are blessed with an outstanding dual purpose breed of sheep. Our Romney lambs will grow fast and give us wonderful meat and fiber. Our [...]

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President’s Message – December 2011

December 11, 2011

With the holidays fast approaching, it has finally turned cold in the mid-Atlantic. The ewes are bred and the rams are resting. The lambs are becoming yearlings and the shepherd gets ready for the new lambs. Soon we will see if all our hard work pays off, with the best lamb crop ever. Welcome to [...]

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President’s Message – Fall 2011

October 2, 2011

I just got back from our National Show and Sale. It was great to see so many Romneys and Romney breeders from all across the country. The weather was not the best, but a good time was had by all. Many of us have discussed the value of this website. We are working to make [...]

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President’s message: October, 2010

March 2, 2011
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The cool nights and (sometimes) bright days of fall are here, along with our rams’ favorite yearly event: breeding season. At this writing (early October), we are crossing our fingers in hopes that most of our ewes are safely bred. It seems somehow unjust that a ram that does his job well gets less of [...]

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