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This is the home page of the Cornell Sheep Program, a global source of information about sheep, wool, sheep milk, and their management, production, and marketing in the Northeastern United States.

2012 Sheep & Goat Symposium handouts

Low Input Lambing & Kidding: A resource guide for managing lambing and kidding efficiently without sacrificing animal well being

Picture of real Dorsets

2012 Cornell Livestock Prizes Awarded

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Previous home page pictures

Cornell Sheep Farm Internships

Animal Science 3800

New Holland Monday prices (weighted average report of sales observed)

Historical New Holland Monday prices In item 1 (find results), enter LN_LS322.

Graph of New Holland lamb prices

Commodity prices

Grazing sheep
Abundant rainfall for forage production and a large population consuming sheep products in the eastern United States makes this area an ideal location for sheep farming. This and the companion web site about marketing ( are designed to help farmers take advantage of the opportunity to develop or expand sheep farms in the region.

Beef cattle and goats can also take advantage of the forage production in the region. Click on the following links for information from Cornell University:

Let's grow with twoPlus video



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