Tšehlana who was recently appointed to the post was speaking last Friday at a press conference in Maseru.
He said since his appointment, he has toured places like among others Mateanong, Linotšing, Thabang, Nkotoane, Letšeng-la-terae, Mangaung, Ralefatla, Sebetia, Nokong and Thabang.
The purpose of his countrywide tours, he said is establish how the wool and mohair associations are being run.
His findings he said reveal that there is great mismanagement by associations at the shearing sheds and lack of accountability by government.
“There are several reported cases of theft of wool and mohair at shearing sheds, cases of oppressed farmers by committees and associations which do not file their financial reports,” he said.