102nd Idaho State Ram Sale
For over 100 years, the Idaho Wool Growers Association has hosted a premier ram sale, providing quality animals for flocks across the western states. This year’s sale will be July 7-8 at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds in Filer, Idaho. The sale not only commemorates a century of sheep production in Idaho but also honors the legacy and lasting impact sheep have had on the state.
Be Part of the Legacy
Join us, in-person or online, at the 102nd Idaho State Ram Sale.
To participate, review the Ram Sale Consignor Letter, Rules of Consignment, Rules of Sale, Health & Soundness Guidelines, Allotment Table, and the 2023 Entry Form.
Entry Forms must be postmarked by April 14, 2023.
The Idaho Wool Growers Association would like to thank our buyers, consignors, sponsors, and supporters for another incredible sale! We are grateful for each and every one of you. We look forward to seeing you at the 103rd Idaho State Ram Sale July 12-14 at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds in Filer, Idaho.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
July 7, 2023
8:30 a.m. Ram Health Inspection Begins
6:00 p.m. Lamb BBQ Dinner Starts- FREE and open to all!
July 8, 2023
10:30 a.m. Ram Sale begins
What is known as the “Suffolk Sale of the West”, provides producers across the West with high-quality, terminal sire bucks, proven to increase carcass quality and traits. White-face and black-face breeds alike are consigned, providing buyers with full service for their needs.
The sale auction begins at 10:30 a.m. on July 8. Ram viewing and the Lamb BBQ Dinner starts at 6 p.m. on Friday, July 7. The Ram Sale and BBQ are both free to attend and open to the public, regardless if you are buying or selling rams.
The Idaho Ram Sale is dedicated to providing buyers with high quality rams in an effort to improve lamb quality production in Idaho and the western states. The proceeds from the Idaho Ram Sale support the Idaho Wool Growers Association in its efforts to provide a lasting value and represent the interests to sheep producers of all flock sizes across the state and work towards the advancement and prosperity of the Idaho sheep industry