The Saskatchewan Sheep Breeders' Association was established in 1909 by a group of sheep producers who wanted to improve Saskatchewan's sheep industry. This group knew that by working together, they could promote the sheep industry, deal with significant issues, and support each other in raising high-quality sheep.
Today, the SSBA has members from all over the province, producing purebred and commercial sheep. They are breeders of about 14 different purebred breeds of sheep as well as several crosses.
Yearly highlights are the Annual Grasslands Summer Show & Sale in July and the Canadian Western Agribition Show & Sale in Saskatchewan.