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The Jacob Sheep Breeder's Association (JSBA) took over the work begun by the American Minor Breeds Conservancy , now know as the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy. The AMBC began identifying Jacob Sheep in North America in 1985. By 1988, the AMBC assisted the JSBA in forming a breed association and registry from a core group of breeders interested in the continuance and conservation of the breed. The first JSBA flock book was published the following year with over 400 animals inspected and registered. By 2006, over 10,000 Jacob Sheep had been registered by JSBA. Despite a steady increase in numbers, the American Jacob is still listed as a rare breed by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy.

Questions? Try the Frequently Asked Questions page . Here you'll find links to JSBA applications, a list of JSBA fees and services, contact information for JSBA officials and more!!

JSBA 25th Anniversary Celebration at the AGM 2014!
September 12-14 in Athens, Georgia.
Information and registration forms now available at : jsba.org/2014agm.html

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Please explore our website to learn more about this beautiful breed of horned, spotted sheep.

Our individual pages explain:
The history of Jacob Sheep and JSBA,
How a Jacob Sheep should look
JSBA breed standard

JSBA FORMS - including:
Application for lost certificates
Membership application
Membership renewal
Transfer form
Website form

UPDATED registration information

Application for registration

Also included:
A Listing of breeders by region
Hints on registering
JSBA Bylaws
Current Officers and Positions
JSBA Information Booklet
JSBA Brochure download or print

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