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.
What can you do to maximise ewe and ram fertility before the all important autumn tupping period?
Investing in new breeding stock with better genetics than the last generation can take flock performance forward.
Good preparation and planning ahead for lambing season will help you to maximise the number of healthy newborn lambs.
Getting ready for tupping Rams can be the most important animals in your flock, how can you ensure your rams are ready for tupping?
Feeding LAMLAC ewe milk replacer during the first 10 weeks of life allows you to make the most of early life growth potential.
Northumberland Sheep Producer Malcolm Corbett discusses his strategic approach to rearing surplus lambs.
In early life, lambs can only digest milk. Find out more about when and how to introduce water, creep feed and roughage.
When, how and how much are frequent queries when it comes to feeding milk replacer to lambs.
Maintaining cleanliness is the foundation of any lambing plan and can help to reduce lamb losses.
Industry statistics suggest keeping newborn lambs alive is no easy feat. So how can you improve survival rates for your newborn lambs?
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