Presented by Lisa Surber
LM Livestock Services
Wool Science & Quality
Factors Influencing Wool Price
Commercial Wool Marketing
End Uses of Wool
Wool Production Responsibility
Dr. Lisa Surber, PhD, was born and raised on a ranch near Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada and is still active in her family’s commercial cattle operation. She obtained her B.S., M.S., and PhD in Animal and Range Sciences from Montana State University. During her time at MSU, she was the managing director of the Montana Wool Lab. Lisa served as a Wool Education Consultant for the American Sheep Industry Association and with WestFeeds as a Ruminant Nutritionist. Lisa now runs her own consulting business providing nutritional expertise for cattle and sheep, wool classing and education services, NSIP certified ultrasounding services, and OFDA on-site wool testing services covering western Canada and the U.S. Lisa now lives in lives in Newell, SD and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-581-7772.
Wisconsin Sheep Breeders Cooperative
Fleeces provided by UW Arlington Sheep Unit
$50 per Person – Pre-registration required
20 Student Limit
Persons registering by August 15 will receive a Gate Pass mailed to the mailing address provided.
MICRON TESTING AVAILABLE!
Saturday – Following Fleece Shows
West Exhibit Building
$5 per sample – cash only
Dr. Lisa Surber will be available to do micron testing at the close of the Fleece Shows on Saturday afternoon, September 7. Check with Fleece Show volunteers on start time.