Natural Colored Wool Growers Junior Association

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There will be more information coming to this page. If you have questions about the Junior Association then please email Kara Riccioni at moc.o1544490488ohay@1544490488inoic1544490488cir.k1544490488 or Brittani DeVries at moc.l1544490488iamg@1544490488412141544490488inatt1544490488irB1544490488.

Congratulations to our junior members on your success this year & thank you to the breeders who have sold such quality ewe lambs to help these juniors start their own flock.
Here are the results for 2018 FUTURITY:
1 - Morgan Syme Wolff 1813*
2 - Mikara Anderson PENC 1773*
3 - Kylie Schakel Wolff 1822*
4 - Thomas Vandeventer Wolff 1803
5 - Mikara Anderson KF Acres 1811
*See Brittani DeVries for your check! Otherwise I will put them in the mail on Monday 🙂
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Champion Ewe PENC "Kit Kat" - Kylie Schakel ... See MoreSee Less

Champion Ewe PENC Kit Kat - Kylie Schakel

Champion Ewe NAILE Jr. Show ... See MoreSee Less

Champion Ram

Champion Ram NAILE Jr. Show ... See MoreSee Less


NCWGJA Futurity Nomination and Points Rules

Futurity Nomination Form and Point RulesPDF

Futurity Exhibitor RulesPDF

All American Results

2017 All American Junior Show Results:
Congratulations to all exhibitors at the 2017 All American Junior Show held in Madison WI!

Full results can be found at:

Event pictures can be found at:

Some highlights from the show are as follows:

Champion Ram: Madison Corzatt from Berwick IL with Corzatt 1715 (1st Place January Ram Lamb)
Reserve Champion Ram: Kodi Hammer from Kewanee IL with Peterson 1648 (2nd Place January Ram Lamb)
Champion Ewe: Jamie Lindow from Chili WI with PENC 16-17 (1st Place Yearling Ewe)
Reserve Champion Ewe: Logan Corzatt from Berwick IL with Corzatt 1626 (2nd Place Yearling Ewe)
Best Fleece: Madison Corzatt from Berwick IL
Top Gun Winner: Madison Corzatt from Berwick IL



Mission Statement

Our MISSION is to assist NCWGA members in the improvement, promotion, development of naturally colored sheep and the colored wool they produce. In 1977, NCWGA was formed as a non-profit national organization to support these common goals.

Vision Statement

The growth and popularity of hand spinning, weaving, felting and other wool crafts have resulted in a demand for the wide variety of naturally-colored wool. No Dyes Needed. The Modern handcrafters and fiber artists are more knowledgeable, discriminating, and demand higher-quality fleeces than those required by the textile industry. Since 1977 NCWGA has recognized the need for high-quality wool sheep that produced a high quality and very useable product.