Sheep producers from across the country will be heading to Wooster, Ohio this Saturday and Sunday for the Great Lakes Show and Sale at the Wayne County Fairgrounds.
Show Manager Greg Deakin says several breeds will be available to those producers wanting to improve their flocks.
“We have Tunis, Border Leicester and Romney’s,” said Deakin. “The Romney breed has also chosen to hold their sale in conjunction with what’s called the Great Lakes Sale.”
Deakin adds that the sheep show and sale is part of a big weekend at the Wayne County (Ohio) fairgrounds.
“We are part of a festive weekend,” Deakin said. “They’ll have over 100 booths, they’ll have everything from knitting and spinning to crafts, you can buy fleeces, they’ll have a Make-It-Yourself with Wool competition, they have lead competitions, a lot of things that are ongoing in conjunction with the shows and sales.”
The Great Lakes Show will be held Saturday, March 25 beginning at 9 a.m., the sale will be held Sunday, May 26 at 10 a.m. at the Wayne County Fairgrounds at Wooster.
Information is available here.