The St. Croix Hair Sheep International Association

St. Croix Hair Sheep International Association


The purpose of the St. Croix Hair Sheep International Association is to establish a central organization within the United States to register, promote, and encourage quality in the breeding of white, polled St. Croix hair sheep and to do all possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection. The organization works to define the distinguishing characteristics of the breed, establish specific minimum standards for registering individual animals, and ensure that individual animals meet specified criteria (in order to be registered as members of the St. Croix breed).

The will be speaking at the Kansas Fairs


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Raising St. Croix Hair Sheep

The Barnes (of Dorsey Lee St. Croix Farm in Portland, Oregon), the Fields (of Three Sisters Livestock in Canby, Oregon), and the Keiblers (of Hemmer Hill Farm in Crestwood, Kentucky) share their experiences raising St. Croix Hair Sheep. They answer questions and share their insights on the unique advantages of raising the breed (such as their good mothering abilities, high lambing percentages, parasite resistance, docile temperaments, and not needing to shear).
Animal Husbandry

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Kansas, Sunday 10:00-11:00 a.m., The Livestock Conservancy Stage
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