The mission of the IWGA is to forward the production and consumption of lamb and wool and to assist all persons engaged in the sheep industry in Idaho. IWGA was founded in 1893 and is a resource exchange as well as a voice for this viable and important industry.
About the Wool Growers
The sheep industry and agribusiness have undergone great change over the years but some things that were important then are just as important now.
  • To provide consumers with quality lamb and wool products
  • To market our products to the best advantage
  • To obtain lower rates on feeds and supplies
  • To protect ourselves against the enactment of laws which negatively impact our business
  • To protect livestock from predation, poisoning, theft and disease
  • To work for federal and state rules and regualtions that forward the industry while at the same time protect and enhance Idaho's rangeland resources

Idaho Wool Growers Association
Contact the Idaho Wool Growers Association

PO Box 2596
Historic Hoff Building
802 W. Bannock, Suite 205
Boise ID 83701

Office (208) 344-2271
Fax (208) 336-9447   

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Directors

Frank Shirts, Wilder
Tom Rich, Rupert
Bill Rickabaugh, Priest River
Jack Blattner, Kuna
J.C. Siddoway, St. Anthony
John Peterson, Emmett
Mark Henslee, Hagerman
Officers and Board of Directors

Officers         
President
Barry Duelke, Buhl

Vice-President
John Noh, Kimberly

Executive Director
Stan Boyd, Eagle

Associate Director
Kaitlyn Werlinger, Boise