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Welcome to NCWGA

If you are interested in naturally-colored sheep and their wool, the Natural Colored Wool Growers Association invites you to become a member of our ever-growing community of colored sheep breeders and supporters.

The NCWGA

Since 1977 the purpose of NCWGA has been to assist members in the development and promotion of naturally-colored sheep and their wool. NCWGA can accomplish this by offering a number of services to members. These services include programs to support breeders of colored sheep, to support sheep shows which allow colored sheep, and to support the judges of those shows.

We also maintain a membership directory, to help bring breeders and buyers together. This is a reliable resource to help shepherds search out colored sheep in a wide variety of breeds, and allows consumers, like hand spinners and crafters, find local sources for wool.

Finally, our professional sheep registration service is reliable, accurate, and safe.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. We will be happy to provide any assistance we can.

Register Sheep

Online and Mail in Registration

Member Directory

A List of Our Members

Become a Member

How to become a member of NCWGA

From Facebook

7 months ago

Natural Colored Wool Growers Association

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Will be greatly missed

Oh no, such a good man.

Our condolences to the Mendenhall family. We enjoyed him at all the fairs we saw him at.

7 months ago

Natural Colored Wool Growers Association

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Mandy Younger, check these pictures out. We should have new t-shirts, too.

Is there a link to your shirts somewhere?

As soon as I get home from Maryland I will inventory and post better pictures and such.

Thec featured breed tent was hopping this year. I'm so happy to have joined you there in person with the Point of View Farm Finnsheep.net items. What a pleasure to have met so many natural colored sheep breeders and listen to the presentation about the genetics of morrit brown sheep. Big thank you to all who helped feature the Natural Colored Sheep!!!

What’s happening in the NCWGA?

District 1

District 2

District 3

Junior Assn.