United Junior Suffolk Sheep Association
United Junior Suffolk Sheep Association
United Junior Suffolk Sheep Association
United Junior Suffolk Sheep Association


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Contest Rules:
The United Suffolk Sheep Association (USSA) is currently working to revise its logo.
The USSA is calling for ideas from individuals outside of the board. Participants are asked
to create a logo based on the USSA mission statement, vision statement and the provided Suffolk image. This opportunity is open to senior and junior members!

Suffolk Head
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USSA Mission Statement:
To define, register, promote and improve the Suffolk breed to provide leadership for the advancement and future of the entire U.S. Sheep Industry.
USSA Vision Statement:
To be the most innovative, value adding, member-driven sheep breed organization for an evolving U.S. Sheep Industry.
All entries must be submitted electronically to info@u-s-s-a.org by April 1st.
Prize:If an entry is adopted, that individual will receive $200 sale credit for a USSA sponsored Online Sale.



Contact a UJSSA Director or the USSA Office to sign-up!
2017 National Jr. Show Sponsor Sheet


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Ewe Show Results

Market Lambs

Wether Sires & Dams

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Expanded to One Ewe Lamb per District!
2016 Winners!!
District 1 – Margarite Humphrey District 2 – Cally Faulhaber
 District 3 – Rylee Schultz District 4 – Josiah Antram




  Along with the program expanding into districts, recipients will also receive:
  • Ewe lamb will be futurity nominated!
  • Free registration(s) for first lamb crop
  • An adult and junior mentor for each recipient
  • Free one year UJSSA membership
  More details of the program:
  Submit a video that is 2 minutes or less that includes:
  • Who you are
  • Why you want to win a Suffolk ewe lamb
  • Your intentions for the ewe lamb

- Must be 18 years or younger as of January 1, 2016
- Only open to juniors who do not currently own a registered Suffolk
- Recipients will be given a list of breeders to choose who their ewe
  lamb will come from
- Deadline is November 1, 2016


We’re currently seeking ewe lamb donation commitments in each USSA District!
Please contact the USSA Office for more details!
Breeders who have committed to donating a ewe lamb in 2016:

District 1:
Alves Livestock, Ron Alves, Oakdale, CA
Double L Livestock, Larry & Linda Pauly, Delta, UT
Jarvis Sheep Co., Spanish Fork, UT
Mike Mann, New Cuyama, CA
Neumiller Suffolks, Jim Neumiller, Healdsburg, CA
Joe Olsen, Spanish Fork, UT
Matt Olsen, Genola, UT
Prairie Rose Suffolks, Gayle Lucas, Phillipsburg, MT
Pumphrey Suffolks, Walla Walla, WA
Edd Sabey, Heber City, UT
Stavros Bros. Fairview, UT
Summey Familiy Farm, Blair Summey, Lincoln, CA
Corey Withers, Delta, UT
Brent Shepherd, Spanish Fork, UT
Joel Shepherd, Moroni, UT
Shirl Shepherd, Spanish Fork, UT

District 2:
Alan Kjeldgaard, Tekamah, NE
Baumann Suffolks, Savannah, MO
Bar-Zel Suffolks, Rob & Christy Zelinsky, Brookings, SD
Braasch Land & Livestock, Elwood, NE
Dry Sandy Sheep Co., Matt & Amy Beals, Alexandria, NE
Knutson Suffolks, Jason & Alicia Knutson & Family, Centerville, SD
Van Dyke Suffolks, Jim Van Dyke, Wessington Springs, SD
Wolff Suffolks, Ron & Beth Wolff, Oakes, ND

District 3:
Mint Gold Ranch, Dale & Judy Dobberpuhl, De Pere, WI
Skartvedt Suffolks & Touchdown Acres, Wayne & Paul Skartvedt & Family, Radcliffe, IA

District 4:
Henderson Suffolks, Dennis Henderson & Family, Atlanta, IN
MacCauley Suffolks, Bill & Betsy MacCauley, Atglen, PA
Russell Sheep Co., Eaton, IN

THANK YOU to MacCauley Suffolks, Alan Batt & Big Sky Suffolks (Chris Reno)
for your support and past ewe lamb donations!

Breeders and juniors are encouraged to participate in the 2016 USSA Futurity Program!
Last year the program paid out more than $1600 in premiums to participants in the 2015 USSA Futurity!
Taking advantage of participating in this program can help you pay for your purchased futurity nominated ewe lamb! For example, if you placed 2nd in your district in last year’s futurity you won $100! The overall ewe lamb futurity winner in 2015 received $600 and the yearling ewe futurity winner received $100! I hope you’re interested…all you have to do is purchase a futurity nominated ewe lamb and turn in your futurity points forms to the office, that’s it!

To encourage more participation in this program the
Committee and the USSA Board have made the following changes to the Futurity Program:

2016 Futurity Points Form
Ewe Lamb Futurity:
  1. Allow futurity nominated ewe lambs to show, for points, in any class (Suffolk, crossbred, market lamb, etc.).
    Points are obtained, using the current point schedule, based on how the ewe places in the class, no matter the number of Suffolks in the class.
  2. Eliminate double points for the National Junior Show and NAILE; both shows are still eligible for single points.
  3. Futurity rules and one point form will be mailed with the registration paper to the junior buyer.
  4. Futurity rules and points forms will be available at the clerks desk as well as with the online sales for all futurity nominated ewes.
  5. Increase the number of shows from 5 to 7 as a maximum number of shows eligible for total points (more than 7 points forms can be submitted to the office, however, only the top 7 count)
Ewe Lamb Futurity Rules
word | pdf

Yearling Ewe Futurity:

  1. If the ewe was futurity nominated as a lamb, the $25 nomination fee is waived to participate as a yearling.
  2. #1, #2 and #5 Ewe Lamb Futurity changes listed apply to the Yearling Ewe Futurity.
Yearling Ewe Futurity Rules
word | pdf


2016 UJSSA Futurity Points
Updated 11/9/16
Current Placing District Participant State Ewe Information Total Points
1 1
Theodore Jackson
JO 647
1 2 Wesley Linke SD Kimm 16227 80
2 2 Bauer Burch TN Skartvedt 4630 58
2 2 Riggen Zelinsky SD Kimm 12123-16257 58
3 2 Raesa Zelinsky SD Kimm BZ2005-16230 39
4 2 Rhett Zelinsky SD Kimm 13098-16251 37
5 2 Kyle Gross NE MacCauley 3672 32
6 2 Riggen Zelinsky SD Kimm 10107-16278 3
1 3 Victoria Arnevik WI RB Wilwerth 302 45
2 3 Madison Binder IL Arndt Acres 15-044 40
3 3 Savannah Bailey WI K Slack 1304 31
1 4 Ashley Gouge DE MacCauley 3513 54
2 4 Chad Hoover PA Russell Sheep Co 6088 51
3 4 Kasse Getter OH Kimm 16219 42
4 4 Allee Hoover PA Russell Sheep Co 6017 37
5 4 Madelynn Pimm NY MacCauley 3591 34
6 4 Madelynn Pimm NY MacCauley 3678 34
7 4 Olivia Mason MA MacCauley 3626 24



Current Placing Participant State Ewe Information Total Points
1 Skilar Burch TN MacCauley 3324 75
2 Bauer Burch TN EB Suffolks 328 71
3 William Christlieb TN Adams Suffolks 2552 33
4 William Christlieb TN Adams Suffolks 2554 32
5 Lillian Christlieb TN Adams Suffolks 2527 24
6 Victoria Arnevik WI MacCauley 3236 23
7 Lillian Christlieb TN Adams Suffolks 2528 20

Futurity Ewe Lamb Rules (Updated 3/9/16)

Futurity Yearling Ewe Rules (Updated 3/9/16)

Futurity Points Record Form


UJSSA Members are encouraged to apply for the USSA Scholarship and the Let's Grow Suffolk Scholarship.
Each of these scholarships award $1000.

The deadline to apply has been moved to October 1, 2016 - please note this change.

To see the specific guidelines for each scholarship, please review the applications below.

Let's Grow Suffolks Scholarship
PDF Version | Word Version

USSA Scholarship
PDF Version | Word Version


Win a Suffolk Ewe Lamb
Winning Video!



2016 National Junior Show
See the Junior Show page for information about this year's show!
Location: Spencer, Iowa

Become a 2016 National Junior Suffolk Show Sponsor Today!
Click Here to View Sponsorship Sheet


Tad and Amanda Thompson

Silver Dollar Stewardship Award

Award: One pregnant recipient ewe carrying a confirmed pregnancy of 45 days or older by national champion genetics

Sponsor: Tad & Amanda Thompson, Silver Dollar Farm, Lebanon, IN

1. Stewardship definition: the careful and responsible management of something entrusted to one's care (Merriam/Webster Dictionary)

2. Motivation for sponsorship: As a youth showing Suffolk sheep we were not able to produce nationally competitive sheep. However, the one factor that I was always able to control was how well I cared for my animals, how well they were prepared for a show, how I conducted myself in public or around my peers, and how well I could present them in the show ring. My goal for this award is to give a Suffolk youth the opportunity to be rewarded for hard work, dedication to the project, and recognition of the example we all set to those around us.

3. The winner of the Silver Dollar Stewardship Award will receive one pregnant recipient ewe carrying a confirmed pregnancy of 45 days or older by national champion genetics. The winner is responsible for the care and management of this recipient ewe and returning her to Reproduction Specialty Group once the lamb is weaned. The pregnancy belongs to the winner.

4. Criteria for contest:


a. 40 Point to be awarded based on Showmanship
(including: presenting animal for exhibit, willingness to help others in and out of the ring & good sportsmanship in and out of the ring)

b. 30 points to be awarded for Pen Preparation
(aisle & pen presentation: cleanliness and welcoming others to learn about Suffolks)

c. 15 points to be awarded for Show Readiness
(cleanliness of the animals, not quality of the fit job but attempt to present the animal in the best way possible)

d. 10 points to be awarded for Animal Welfare
(water, bedding, general daily care of the animals)

e. 5 points to be awarded for proper show attire


5. Panel of 3 to select the youth.


a. Suffolk Junior Suffolk Show Judge

b. National Junior Coordinator

c. Executive Secretary of USSA



Ambassador Application
The United Junior Suffolk Sheep Association (UJSSA) Ambassador is to be an outstanding junior Suffolk
member who will support the production of the Suffolk breed at a local, state and national level.  During their
one-year term as Ambassador, he/she will have the chance to represent the UJSSA/USSA at sheep and lamb
related activities, and to interact with the people and institutions that impact all phases of the sheep industry. 
 The Ambassador will be the “Voice of the Suffolks” for the USSA/UJSSA alike.
The deadline to apply for the USSA Ambassador is June 1, 2016.

Click here for application:
PDF Version | Word Version


Director Application
Click below to apply to become a UJSSA director!
Deadline to apply - June 1, 2016
Word version | PDF version

Upon completion mail this form to:
United Junior Suffolk Sheep Association

PO Box 121
Holland, IA 50642



Items For Sale
All prices listed include shipping costs.

T-shirts ($20) and Sweatshirts ($30)
Available in Adult and Youth Sizes!


Print - $80
Sculpture - $195


New Address
Effective 8/17/15
***Please note that only the mailing address has changed***
United Suffolk Sheep Association
PO Box 121
Holland, IA 50642
Fax: 734.335.7646
Phone: 641.684.5291
Email: info@u-s-s-a.org


Thank you

Ron Alves
Matthew Anderson
Annuschat Suffolks
Banner Sales Management
Bar-Zel Suffolks
Toby Bender
Kurt Birkey
Breezeview Farm
Broehms Enterprise
Eric Bruns
Buckham Farms
Tom Burke
Cahill Suffolks
Kenny Capron
Casey Family Suffolks
John Corson
Don Craft
DDJ Suffolks & Club Lambs
DeZeeuw Suffolks
Circle B Farms/ Amanda Dobson
Larry & Linda Pauly/Double L Livestock
Dreher Family Suffolks
Ted Hetzke
Pat Gorsett
G & G Club Lambs
Warren Finder
Ewe Wish Show Services/Rebecca Krinsky
& Amanda Dobson
Joe & Amy Faga
Five Star J Farms

John & Grace Standish/Freedom Farms
Friesen Family
Robert Goold/Winfield Suffolks
Gerald & Terry Gourley
Bob Hall
Del Heftie
Dennis Henderson
Matthew Henderson
Leon Hicks
Pat Hodges
Hoskins Stock Farm
Hukowicz Farm
Kalmbach Feeds
Ketchams Sheep Equipment
Kimm Suffolks
Knapke Suffolks
Kelly B Kunzler
Kelly Lankford
Donna Mays/Lost River Livestock
William & Elizabeth MacCauley
Ken McMillan
Mead Livestock Services
Josh Miller/Mil-Sid Farm
Ryan & Carrie Mortvedt
Mount Salem Farm
MSB Show Lambs
Bret Oelke
O’Neill Suffolks
Robert & Margie Paasch
Steve & Melinda Paasch

Pipestone Vet Clinic
Pumphrey Family
Chuck Ream
Renn-Vue Farms
Reproduction Specialty Group
Rollie & Ruth Rosenboom
Royer Farm
Cynthia Huckins/Ruby Mountain Sheep Co.
Russell Sheep Co.
Sanders Insurance
Schakel Suffolks & Great Pyrenees The Schambow Family/High Point Suffolks
Shellhouse Livestock
Wayne Skartvedt Family
Kevin Slack
Tom & Val Slack
Diane Snyder
Evan Snyder
Ralph Taylor
Jacinda, Raelynn & Rhett Thompson Rachel Thompson
Tad & Amanda Thompson
Mike Torrone/Swingin’ T Ranch
Touchdown Acres/Paul Skartvedt & Family Turtle Mead Polled Dorsets
Van Dyke Suffolks Vincent Farms
Joe Warrick
Phillip & Lisa Webster, North Star Sheep Farm Wiford Suffolks
Wolff's Suffolks
Bill Zwyers/Hickory Lane Suffolks



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