|LC Classifications||SF375 .J8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||54000013|
Book: Approved practices in sheep production. 4 pp pp. Abstract: Although this book has been written almost exclusively for the American sheepman and relates entirely to conditions in the USA, its approach to the subject: the description and application of approved practices - should give it a wider : Elwood M. Juergenson. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Juergenson, Elwood M. Approved practices in sheep production. [Danville, Ill. Interstate Printers and Publishers] sheep production, it might be necessary to use three or more breeds to develop a ewe flock that exhibits accept-able levels of desirable traits. Accelerated flocks must be able to lamb out of season, produce large lamb crops, reach sexual maturity at an early age, and grow Size: 1MB. About this Item: Interstate, Danville,Illinois, Cloth. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Second Edition. The purpose of this book is to furnish a comprehensive list of approved practices with information on how they should be done in the sheep enterprise. pages illustrated with black and white photos.
Advances in Sheep and Goat Production and Management TRAINING PROGRAMME (DUVASU, MATHURA) There is a la ck of good quality and . Shear all white sheep first, then colored. Avoid second cuts when shearing. Skirt fleeces as they are removed from the sheep. Label wool to distinguish it from others (using sheep ewe tag numbers). Store wool in appropriate containers in a dry place. Record Keeping. Keep production records for each ewe. range types. Intensive sheep production using the latest innovations can, be profitable at lamb prices near the level of about $65 to $70 per hundred- weight. Keywords: Lamb production, sheep production, innovations, new technologies, intensive sheep production, shee^p facilities. Copies of this report can be ordered from. and equipment are available in the Sheep Production Hand-book and in the Sheep Housing and Equipment Handbook from the MidWest Plan Service. Handling facilities, such as chutes and raceways, are best constructed with smooth, solid sides free of projecting sharp objects or corners in order to reduce the potential for bruises and injury.
Flushing Flushing is a feeding practice commonly used in some sheep and goat production systems. It is the practice of providing a high energy/protein diet prior to and during mating. The average annual wool production per sheep is between to kg of fine quality wool in Australia, New Zealand and U.S.S.R., where as in India except Magra sheep which annually yield more than 2 kg wool having staple length cm, the average of rest of the wool produced is less than kg per sheep of inferior quality (Banerjee G.C. There remain some specific welfare issues in some countries for example in some Australian sheep production systems surgical husbandry practices such as mulesing and long-distance land transport and live animal sea transport can create welfare issues The major issue with in dairy sheep systems is the early weaning of lambs. Sheep production systems in Africa are as numerous as the socio-economic. production systems. It is the practice of providing a high energy/protein diet. prior to and during mating.