Polypay sheep were developed in the United States with the goal of developing a breed of sheep known for its maternal characteristics including early fertility, prolificacy, aseasonal breeding, and milk production. These qualities make them an excellent foundation for many production systems.
The purpose of the American Polypay Sheep Association is to engage in the promotion, advancement, and continued improvement of the Polypay breed of sheep throughout the world.

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Fall 2019 Newsletter

November 03, 2019

Be sure to check out the latest news in the Fall 2019 APSA Newsletter.

October Directors' Meeting Minutes

October 16, 2019

The APSA Directors' had their October meeting where they discussed plans for the 2020 Membership Meeting and work at USSES and MARC. Read more...

Summer 2019 Newsletter

August 12, 2019

Be sure to check out the latest news in the Summer 2019 APSA Newsletter.

2019 Eastern NSIP Sale Results

August 10, 2019

The results of the 2018 Eastern NSIP sale, which was held in Wooster, OH, are now posted on the NSIP website. The average sale price for Polypay rams was $936.36 and for ewes it was $491.67. There continues to be great demand for rams and ewes in the eastern United States.

2019 Center of the Nation NSIP Sale Results

July 27, 2019

The results of the 2019 Center of the Nation NSIP Sale, which was held in Spencer, IA, are now posted on the NSIP website. The Polypay portion of the sale was very strong. The average sale price for Polypay rams was $827.38 and for ewes it was $454.88. There continues to be great demand for rams and ewes.

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