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Sheep Farming

Focus on Ewe Nutrition Now for Maximum Lamb Crop

Focus on Ewe Nutrition Now for Maximum Lamb Crop

The nutrition of the ewe is key in achieving an optimum body condition score (BCS) at tupping, ensuring high levels of fertility, and a maximum lamb crop next season. It can take up to 6 weeks to increase a ewes BCS by one point, therefore it is important to act sooner rather than later.

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The Functions of Minerals

The Functions of Minerals

Minerals are necessary to sustain life but you might be surprised by how many cow and calf operations are mineral deficient, especially when it comes to copper and Selenium. Here is our guide to minerals and the roles they play in keeping your livestock healthy.

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7 Reasons Why You Should Consider Using Wynnstay Lamb Bolus

Reasons why you should consider blousing lambs with Wynnstay Lamb Bolus

Whether lambs will be retained for breeding or finishing, it is imperative that they have the correct balance of trace elements in order to thrive. The 4 key trace elements needed for optimal performance are Selenium, Cobalt, Iodine and Zinc. All these trace elements are contained within the ‘Wynnstay Lamb Bolus’, or alternatively if lambs only require Cobalt, then the ‘Wynnstay Cobalt B12’ bolus is a suitable alternative.

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Reasons why Reducing Sheep Lameness Needs a Sustained Approach

Reasons Why Reducing Sheep Lameness Needs A Sustained Approach

Rigorous and sustained adoption by farmers of an established disease management protocol is what’s needed to reduce the incidence of sheep lameness on many UK farms.

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Are You Investing in Lamb Nutrition to Bolster Performance?

Are You Investing in Lamb Nutrition to Bolster Performance?

In mid-season lambing flocks, the aim is to get lambs to 32 to 42kg as soon as possible, capitalising on early feed conversion efficiency (FCE). Investing in early nutrition to capitalise on this early growth potential will pay dividends.

With the fortnight of Eid celebrations commencing in mid-July, those who lambed early to mid-March need to get lambs finished quickly to ensure they don’t miss market opportunities.

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