WSDA Winter Series
Barn 3 Camplex --
9:45 Handler Meeting 10:00 a.m. Trial
December 12, 2015
January 9, 2016
February 14, 2016
Annual Meeting @ 9:30 am on December 12, immediately before trial.
Three trials with overall awards for the series in addition to regular payout. Must be a WSDA member to qualify for overall award.
Potluck meal, every one bring what you would like to share. We will have coffee, hot chocolate, water and tea. First one Joni said she is bringing chili! J
See You All There!!!
WYOMING STOCK DOG ASSOCIATION SILENT AUCTION
BID ON A
BEAUTIFUL WOOL BLANKET Current Bid: $375.00
Current Bid: $375.00
Place bids with Jeanne
or phone her at: 307-868-9990
Soppe Ranch has donated this limited edition wool blanket with the proceeds to go toward promoting the stock dog in their many contributions to our lives. Go to the Wyoming Stock Dog Association Facebook page and comment or contact Jeanne to place a bid on this beautiful blanket. Telephone or email any of our officers if you have any questions or difficulty with this. Bidding closes December 12, 2015 at the annual meeting in Gillette.
More information from the Wyoming Wool Growers website- check it out…
Queen blanket (90″x96”) available in a soft natural cream or natural
Each exquisite blanket starts with the best premium wool grown on the high plains and mountains of the West. The wool is transformed by Mountain Meadow Wool Mill in Buffalo, Wyoming into incredibly soft yarn gently and perfectly processed and spun. It is then woven into quality blankets by Faribault Woolen Mill in Minnesota using virtually the same production methods used when the mill was founded in 1865. The result is a durable, American made, premium wool blanket worthy of being passed on generation after generation.
The first edition in the Wyoming Series highlights the wool grown on the Camino “Kid” Ranch in Buffalo, Wyoming. This is a limited edition and will be the first in an ongoing series highlighting ranches of the West. By purchasing this beautiful blanket you are promoting our own American ranches and mills and helping to sustain our rural way of life.
Wyoming Stockdog Association Newsletters are published
(3) times a year. Information should be sent to the Secretary listed below. Trial information will be printed at no charge to Trial Hosts. Information must be received in a timely fashion in order to be printed. Trial information must contain, Name, address, phone number, location, Judges Name, Secretary’s
We will be doing email blasts as needed with information in the months that a newsletter is not being published.
Wyoming Stockdog Association Website Information
Information should be sent to the Web Contact listed below. The association will publish links to your web site if you are a current member.
Common Sense Feeds, LLC, of Hulett, WY has purchased a time clock to be used at selective trials and thus become a proud sponsor of the WSDA. The company makes a low starch, high fat horse feed containing highly bioavailable chelated minerals from Albion Animal Nutrition. It is a safer feed with less digestive upsets, i.e. colic. Contains a combination of stabilized flax, canola, lentils and provides Omega 3 fatty acids. Chelates are not as likely to get “tied-up’ by antagonists potentially found in feedstuffs and water like iron, sulfur and molybdenum. Economically priced—Affordable to feed. Contact Info: commonsensefeeds.com or 307-467-5456.
2015 Officer Contact Information