This archived report does not contain recent information or data. The report reviews the economic trends in the U.S. sheep industry through 2002. It chronicles significant historical and economic developments in the industry from both market and policy perspectives and cites prospects for the industry's survival. Issues related to both sheep meat and wool production are covered. Last published January 2004.
This publication was published between 1942 and 1946. Included in each release is data on the number of livestock produced, slaughtered and sold, and the production and prices of wool. Relevant government actions, such as changes to inspection of certification, are also noted.
This publication reported on the wool prices in domestic and foreign markets from 1930 to 1936. Principal world markets are identified in each release and the import and export quantities are noted. Supplies and consumption trends are noted.