DENVER Colo. — American Lamb producers can now turn to LambBoard.com for resources on checkoff production, promotion and other programs. The new American Lamb Board (ALB) official website launched Sept. 7, 2023.
“This is a totally new site all for the American Lamb industry – commercial and seedstock producers, feeders, direct marketers, sale managers, auction markets and processors. In addition to production and promotion resources, it’s also the home to everything about the American Lamb Board and the checkoff program,” says Peter Camino, ALB Chair, Buffalo, WY.
A wealth of information is available on the new website, including best practices for sheep productivity and efficiency, lamb quality, recipes and premium items for local promotions in the ALB Store, free downloadable handouts, details on ALB’s cooperative funding program, the latest news and results of the American Lamb Checkoff’s activities, and even an online assessment payment tool.
Those who sell American Lamb directly to consumers will want to check out toolkits on marketing to ethnic markets and other resources.
LambBoard.com replaces the previous industry website, LambResourceCenter.com. Information for consumers and chefs on American Lamb, such as cooking videos, recipes, sustainability and how sheep are raised in the US is available at AmericanLamb.com.
Visit LambBoard.com today on your smartphone, computer or tablet.
About the American Lamb Board
The American Lamb Board (ALB) is the national promotion, research and information checkoff program that works on behalf of all American producers (commercial and seedstock), feeders, direct marketers and processors to build demand for American Lamb. Funding is through mandatory assessments paid by all industry segments. The 13-member board represents all industry sectors, geographic regions and sizes of production. The work of the ALB is overseen by USDA and supported by staff in Denver, CO. Almost two-thirds of the annual budget funds American Lamb promotion programs. For more information, contact ALB at: LambBoard.com, email@example.com, or 866-327-LAMB (5262).
— American Lamb Board