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.
Colostrum is the first feed for newborn lambs and the key to survival. Feeding sufficient good quality colostrum after birth is essential.
Colostrum is the first feed for the newborn lamb and the key to survival. How much should you feed and when?
Every flock will have some lambs that either need to be adopted onto another ewe or be artificially reared - find out our top tips today.
Surplus lambs can now be reared very successfully artificially, find out more about the options available.
Lambs can be weaned from around 10 weeks of age. Find out how to reduce stress at this crucial time.
In early life, lambs cannot digest anything but milk. Find out how to successfully wean your lambs.
Post tupping management tips, from independent sheep consultant, Kate Philips.
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.
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