Alberta Lamb!

Local pride from our gate to your plate.

Jason Wood, provincial livestock market analyst with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, takes a look at price trends, slaughter and imports, and also consumer trends. Listen to the Call of the Land interview

AgCoalition to host meetings across Alberta aimed at strengthening the producer voice during the Government of Alberta’s Farm Safety consultation sessions.


The Voice of the Alberta Sheep Industry

Providing quality production information and industry news to the Alberta sheep industry and beyond.

NEW Advertising Opportunities!

By advertising on ablamb.caon our social media platforms (Facebook and X (formally Twitter), you are putting your company’s message directly in front of some of our industries most influential decision makers and valued producers.

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For further information on our Web/Online Advertising, call the ALP office at 403 948 8533.

N'ewesletter is Alberta's most widely read sheep publication. With an estimated 4000 readers and a strong history of providing quality information we have earned the trust of sheep and wool producers across our province and beyond its borders. 

Alberta Lamb Producers—your industry association—has been the voice of producers and the connecting hub in the supply chain since 1972. We take our responsibility to help grow the industry seriously. Alberta Lamb Producer's mission is to empower the sheep industry through education, innovation and advocacy.

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Submission Schedule:

Issue:                         Submission Date:
January 2024 December 1, 2023
April 2024 March 15, 2024
July 2024 June 20, 2024
September 2024 August 23, 2024






For further information on N'ewesletter advertising, call our advertising co-ordinator Janice at 403 993 5245.

Classified ads are posted free of charge for Alberta sheep producers.  Contact the ALP office (403-948-8533,This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for further details on ad requirements.

The classified list is updated when new ads are submitted. Last update:  June 13, 2024


ALP N’ewesletter is published four times each year.  Each N’ewesletter contains updates of ALP activities and projects; producer resources for production and management; technology & tools for productivity; and industry information and news.

Eligible, Alberta producers will receive their free copy of the fall and spring N’ewesletter in the mail; out of province parties can take out a subscription at a nominal cost. The summer and winter editions will be available in soft copy (online) only, under this section on our website.

Other industry stakeholders can request to be added to the 'E-Advise' list to receive an email message that a new edition is posted here. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The fall and spring newsletter can be requested from the office, or downloaded along with the summer and winter editions, to your computer, :

Fall 2023 cover

N'ewesletter Spring 2024 

Out of Province Subscriptions

Out of province subscriptions for print copies of the ALP N'ewesletter are available for the annual cost of $25 + GST.

If you wish to subscribe to N'ewesletter, please contact the Alberta Lamb Producers office

N'ewesletter Advertising

N'ewesletter advertising is an affordable way to reach all Alberta sheep producers.  Visit our advertising page to learn more and download the Media Kit.

Placing classified ads and event notices is FREE for Alberta sheep producers - contact the ALP office for details.


Alberta Lamb Producers endeavors to provide Alberta sheep producers with timely news and updates concerning the sheep industry. Please check this web page frequently for the latest sheep industry related news.

The News section of this Web site is provided as a free service to Alberta sheep producers and the general public. ALP does not endorse or guarantee the information within and is not responsible, nor liable, for the representations made.