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Eliza Blue adopts four orphaned lambs on top of the ones bred on her farm, making it an interesting, hectic and still-manageable lambing season.

Aaron and Tara Helmick's dairy made sense financially, but it was burning them out. Sheep have given them a new lease on life.

The sheep industry is going through a revival of sorts. Prices for lambs and ewes hit record highs in 2021, following a year of solid growth in 2020. People consumed more lamb last year than they have in two decades. 

Consumer demand for lamb increased considerably during 2020 as lamb sales grew at a larger percentage than total meat sales overall.

Buzz Foods will expand current operations to include a top-of-the-line livestock slaughter and processing facility.

The seasonal supply of lamb is inconsistent, which leads to market price volatility, and consequences for carcass size and/or quality.

The American Lamb Board selected Rebecca Miller, of Columbiana County, Ohio, and David Fisher, of Texas, to represent the United States at LambEx in Australia in August.

Make sure your lambs get a good start by using the “clip, dip, and strip” technique in your lambing practices. It will help keep newborn lambs healthy.

Urban Shepherds is making vacant urban lots productive by using them to graze sheep, producing meat and wool and saving money on mowing.

Judith Sutherland reflects on the trials and tribulations of raising and losing livestock.