(505 ILCS 115/1) (from Ch. 5, par. 1051)
    Sec. 1. Because the sheep and wool industry has been unable to effectively promote the need to expand production to meet current demands and because producers of sheep and wool are unable to develop adequate new markets for their commodity, the following is declared to be the legislative policy of this Act;
    (a) To emphasize the potential of a more profitable sheep and wool enterprise through increased production of both;
    (b) To enable sheep and wool producers of this State to coordinate more effectively the maintenance and development of markets of their commodity with market demands;
    (c) To encourage through market development and promotion programs, a more orderly, efficient and equitable manner of marketing sheep and wool products;
    (d) To provide methods for the development of new and larger markets for sheep and wool and
    (e) Through expanded promotion and marketing, aid sheep and wool producers in maintaining an adequate and equitable level of income.
(Source: P.A. 82-100.)