California sheep ranchers face high costs, competition
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Sheep ranchers say high feed costs and competition from imports are hurting their business.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture wants to work with sheep ranchers to encourage Americans to buy and consume American lamb. Officials say their goal is to ensure the long-term health of sheep ranching.
California ranks second in the nation in sheep production.
ag report, sheep, farm, ag watch
- Target: 40M card accounts may be breached
- SoCal tour bus crash injures 22, kills 1 15 min ago
- Operation Bulldog cracks down on gang members
- Dozens injured at partial London theater collapse
- Figure skating champ Boitano says he's gay
- Police arrest escaped Merced C.O. Jail inmate
- New Mexico Supreme Court: Same-sex marriage legal
- Elderly woman critically injured in Fresno house fire
- Fresno attorney reenacts testimony from Kai
- Man accused of killing Los Banos boy in crash changes plea
- Teen girl found dead in Madera County stream
- Homicide investigated at Porterville Developmental Center
- Valley schools prepare for new transgender law
- Valley business gear up for next Fresno State game
Most Viewed StoriesMost Viewed Photos