Improving Reproductive Performance of the Ewe Related

Reproductive Management of the Ewe Flock and the Ram:: Reproduction in sheep is influenced by numerous factors. These include: genetic potential, nutritional status, environmental factors, daylength or photoperiod effects, health status and other factors. These factors are important in both the ram and the ewe.

Improving Pasture Productivity:: Information on understanding the weather and climate and how they affect forage plant growth, with particular reference to Alberta.

Ewe Byte:: Offering a system for managing sheep production and health.

Feeding the Ewe Flock:: What and how much should I feed my sheep? That is a question that is asked quite regularly. The correct answer is: it depends.

Nutrition of the Ewe Flock:: Steps to prevent "empty gut disease" caused by the inadequate supply of nutrients.

Wintering the Ewe Flock:: With the cessation of pasture growth, more inputs of labor, management and harvested feedstuffs are required for the ewe flock. Actually, the winter period and nutrient needs of the flock may be as much a function of when a producer lambs as what the weather is.

Late Gestation Ewe Management:: Information on preparing for lambing, provided by the University of Nebraska extension. [PDF]

Performance Products Inc.:: Information about host-specific bacteria products for cattle, horses and pets, order information and contact details. Texas.

Performance Plus Consultants:: Offers services to measure and reduce the carbon footprint of households, supply chains, organizations, events, and municipalities.

Performance of Strawberry Cultivars:: Fumigation is used by growers to prevent soil-borne pest and disease problems in strawberries. Outline of research into the effectiveness of this practice for several different cultivars.

  • New Additions: Sheep
American Dorper Sheep Breeders' Society
Michigan Sheep Breeders Association (MSBA)
New Zealand Merino Stud Breeders