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American Sheep Industry offers 30 Ranching for Profit scholarships

If you have ever contemplated attending the Ranching for Profit school, now is the time to seize the opportunity.

The Ranching for Profit school is offering thirty $1,000 scholarships payable toward tuition on a first come, first served basis. The Ranching for Profit school offers the knowledge, tools and insights ranchers need to build sustainable businesses.

Applicants must be a first-time attendee to the school and run a minimum of 200 sheep. The scholarships may be applied to one of the next four classes being offered: Boise, ID, on Dec. 4-10; Colorado Springs, CO, on Jan. 8-14, 2012; Billings, MT, on Jan. 22-28, 2012; or Abilene, TX, on May 6-12, 2012.

Applicants should call 707-429-2292 to inquire about the availability of a scholarship. For additional information about the school, visit http://www.ranchmanagement.com.

These scholarships are being made available through a grant received by the Ranching for Profit school from the National Sheep Industry Improvement Center.

If you have ever contemplated attending the Ranching for Profit school, now is the time to seize the opportunity.

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The Ranching for Profit school is offering thirty $1,000 scholarships payable toward tuition on a first come, first served basis. The Ranching for Profit school offers the knowledge, tools and insights ranchers need to build sustainable businesses.

Applicants must be a first-time attendee to the school and run a minimum of 200 sheep. The scholarships may be applied to one of the next four classes being offered: Boise, ID, on Dec. 4-10; Colorado Springs, CO, on Jan. 8-14, 2012; Billings, MT, on Jan. 22-28, 2012; or Abilene, TX, on May 6-12, 2012.

Applicants should call 707-429-2292 to inquire about the availability of a scholarship. For additional information about the school, visit http://www.ranchmanagement.com.

These scholarships are being made available through a grant received by the Ranching for Profit school from the National Sheep Industry Improvement Center.

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