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President

Phone: (303) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Oregon, United States
American Sheep Industry Association
9785 Maroon Circle Suite 360
Centennial, Colorado 80112
United States

Company Description: ASI is the national organization representing the interests of the 64,000 sheep producers located throughout the United States. From East to West, farm flocks to...   more
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Education

  • bachelor's degree , agriculture economics
    Oregon State University
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ASI President Clint Krebs ...
www.gosanangelo.com, 20 Oct 2014 [cached]
ASI President Clint Krebs said the biggest change for the sheep industry in the United States for the past 150 years has been the railroads.
"At the turn of the century, the sheep industry was completely dependent on rail transportation to not only move the livestock, but to move the meat," he said. "Our ranching operation used the rails for over 50 years to move our sheep from Oregon to Montana and back home again."
Krebs said the lambs were shipped by rail to South St. Paul for harvest and the meat was shipped further east.
"We didn't have the infrastructure to harvest the numbers of lambs we were raising in the west, and we didn't have enough consumers to eat what was produced," Krebs said.
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"The logistics of efficiently handling these kinds of numbers fascinate me," Krebs said.
Clint Krebs - ...
www.sheepusa.org, 11 Aug 2014 [cached]
Clint Krebs - President
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Clint Krebs - President
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Background: Clint Krebs of Ione, Ore., is a fourth-generation sheep producer and has been running sheep his entire life. He currently runs range ewes as well as operates a lamb feedlot. His only break from sheep was to get his bachelor's degree in agriculture economics from Oregon State University. Before being elected to an ASI office, Krebs represented Washington, Oregon, California and Hawaii on the ASI Executive Board. He has served as co-chair of the ASI Resource Management Council, has been a director for the National Lamb Feeders Association and currently serves as the chair of ASI's Re-Build the Sheep Inventory Committee. In addition, Krebs has served as past president of the Oregon Sheep Growers Association and has served as past chairman of the Oregon Sheep Commission. Krebs and his wife, Maureen, have two daughters, Jessica Langley and Shelby, and a son, Cameron.
Rebuilding | Grow Our Flock
www.growourflock.org, 30 Mar 2014 [cached]
"Our goal was to focus on the positive with this program" adds ASI Vice President Clint Krebs. "We wanted to be positive about ourselves, our industry and what we're doing to improve it. The goal isn't to tell people what to do, but rather to present ideas in a way that people can grab on to and use to increase production on their operation in some way."
"The first '2' is to encourage every producer to keep two more sheep per operation, or two more sheep per 100 ewes, which is pretty simple and will have a huge impact. We understand that some of the larger range operations may have more difficulty with this component, especially if their numbers are based on public grazing leases, but if everyone adds numbers it will have a dramatic impact all the way through the industry," explains Krebs.
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"The way I look at it is to consider all the things we can do before turning the bucks in. Be it nutrition, flushing ewes, using a teaser buck of something else you learn from a fellow producer," says Krebs.
"I run Western range ewes, and have been running sheep my whole life. I just started a flushing program on my operation three years ago and increased the number of lambs born by 20 to 25 percent. It's amazing what those girls will do in terms of production when given the opportunity," adds Krebs.
"The third '2' is to follow up with those lambs, and increase the national lambing percentage," he continues.
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They're paying so much more money for our product today than they were even 12 to 14 months ago - the price may come down slightly from where it is today, but it will still be considerably above the last five-year average," notes Krebs.
Clint Krebs ...
www.sheepindustrynews.com, 14 April 2014 [cached]
Clint Krebs
ASI President Clint ...
www.sheepusa.org, 25 July 2014 [cached]
ASI President Clint Krebs noted, "This is appropriate and the right fit for ASI budgets to significantly fund the Grow Our Flock campaign and our research and education programs.
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