Ram Sire Test
Each year the WWGA offers two ram sire tests designed to provide producers with information on key genetic traits of their animals. Conducted in cooperation with, and through, the University of Wyoming, the tests are open to any producer interested in improving herd genetics.
The Summer Ram Sire Test, generally referred to as the Black Face Ram Sire Test, begins in early summer and runs for 75 days.
In late September, another ram sire test is offered that includes wool traits. Known as the “White Face Ram Sire Test”, this test runs for 140 days; ending about mid-March of the following year.
For more information on these Tests please click on the respective links below.
UW/WWGA WHITE FACE RAM TEST
UW/WWGA BLACK FACE RAM TEST
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