Indiana Sheep Association Elects President
The Indiana Sheep Association has elected Larry Hopkins president. He is the owner and operator of Little Eagle Creek Valley Farm in Westfield. Hopkins also serves on the board of directors of the Indiana Sheep and Wool Council.
He is also a partner in Hopkins Dairy Farm LLC and serves on the Genetics committee of the American Sheep Industry. Hopkins previously served as a director of the North American Shetland Sheep Breeders Association and represented the Indiana Office of Attorney General on the Indiana Grain Buyers and Warehouse Licensing Board, while serving as chief executive officer of the Attorney General’s office.
The Indiana Sheep Association is one of the oldest livestock organizations in Indiana. It was originally founded as the Indiana Wool Growers Association in 1876 to encourage local shepherds to come together to share ideas and expertise, to promote lamb and wool in the state, and to educate our communities about the value of sheep and the sheep industry.