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Whether you have a ewe with a bearing, a ewe you want to take a lamb to, or a ram you want to use as a teaser – it can be harnessed, says Rurtec.
With mating only weeks away for earlier lambing flocks, around the country vets are reminding breeders of the perennial risk of toxoplasmosis and campylobacter, and relaying tips to boost fertility in the face of the dry.
OVER HALF New Zealand’s ewe lambs could go to the ram every year, earning more for farmers and country alike, says one of the country’s leading animal scientists.
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