Iowa sheep assessment to remain at ten cents per head
DES MOINES – The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship has certified the results from the Iowa sheep assessment referendum that was held February 25 to March 15 of all eligible Iowa sheep producers.
The assessment will stay at $.10 per head after a simple majority of producers that voted did not support raising the assessment to $.25 per head.
The second question on the referendum, which would have allowed the Iowa Sheep and Wool Promotion Board, beginning in 2016, to change the assessment rate by $.05 every three years, was also defeated.
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