Nutrition of the Ewe Flock

Nutrition of the Ewe Flock Related

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.

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.

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.

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

Improving Reproductive Performance of the Ewe:: Factsheet from Utah State University Extension. [PDF]

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

Flock Shock:: Waterfowl control in northern California, US. Services offered include consultancy, site management, waterfowl relocation and water resources management.

Gedwydd Flock:: Breeder of Wilsire Horn Sheep, a woolless breed of sheep. Located in North Wales, Unitied Kingdom.

The Damburgh Flock:: Information about the Clun Forest sheep of The Damburgh Flock. Located in Bodegraven, The Netherlands.

Bonnygate Flock:: Breeder of Jacob sheep in Glen Farg, Perthshire; offering breed information and stock for sale.

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