The state erop report for July shows that Washtenaw contains more sheep than any other county in the state. During 1887, 122,313 sheep were sheared in this county, yieldiug 8U1,51O pounds of wool. The number of sheep on hand May, 1888, was 114,634 and the probable wool clip was estimated at 750,853 pounds. The total number of sheep in the state last May was 1 ,975,562 as against the 2,012,282 last year, a decline of not quite two per cent. The county having the second largest number of sheep is Oakland which had about 5,000 Ie3s than W.ishtenaw in 1S87 and LivingstoD, which had 108,663 sheep i3 the only other county in the state hating over 100,000 sheep. The average clip of wool is estimated this year at about six and a half pounds.