The Columbia Sheep Breeders Association of America is an organization of breeders of purebred Columbia sheep for the purpose of keeping records of such sheep and the promotion of the mutual interest of the members.
Since its beginning in 1941, the Association has dedicated itself to the registration and improvement of Columbia sheep. The founders of the Association believed that a trial of Columbias with other breeds would show the superiority of Columbias. This belief has been proven true by the phenomenal growth of the Columbia breed.
The foundation of the Columbia Sheep Breeders Association of America is built on the superior qualities of Columbias which make them the most profitable sheep to produce. Their ability to make larger gains on grass and less feed plus their uniformity in quality and the prepotency of Columbia sires combine to make Columbias the world's most productive breed of sheep. Over 400,000 Columbias have been registered in the Columbia Sheep Breeders Association of America records.
Mary Ann Johnson, OH - President
Mark Crago, MT - Vice President
Scott Bredahl, ND firstname.lastname@example.org
Jake Reister, WA
Mike Copeland, OH
Wayne Busch, MN
W. Keith Stumbo, NY
Richard Russo, OR
Tom Key, MT
Michael Geerts, IL
Craig Pitt, UT
Ann Wehri, WY