We know how busy you are this time of year, so Lamlac has developed some handy lambing advice to help you get through the lambing season.
Preparing lambs for weaning is crucial in ensuring they continue to thrive. What type of roughage should you be feeding to young lambs?
If you’re struggling with surplus lambs chewing on the teats of your ad-lib milk feeders, try a few of these tips to help prevent the issue.
Scanning results will provide the first indication of how many lambs are likely to need fostering or artificially rearing.
Check out our top tips for getting the most from your Ewe2 feeder and surplus lambs.
It's never too early to think about winter feeding, but what should you be thinking about?
Colostrum is the first feed for the newborn lamb and the key to survival. Can you remember the 3Q rule?
To help you get ready for lambing, we take at the different bedding options you might consider for housing your ewes and lambs.
Each year you will have lambs that need to be adopted or artificially reared. What are your options for rearing these lambs effectively?
Correct ewe management in the last eight weeks prior to lambing is one of the most critical stages in the sheep calendar.
Did you know that around 70% of foetal growth occurs in the last third of a ewe’s pregnancy?
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