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Sheep

12th July 2019
How to tell wool quality

Wool quality and the factors that affect it

Quality is determined by how uniform and defined the crimp of the wool is, as well as how soft the wool is to the touch, the amount of kemp (stiff fibers) that is found in the fleece, and the amount of coarse or coloured fibers.
8th March 2019
Importance-of-Nutrition-in-Rams

Importance of Ram Nutrition

Flush feeding is a management practice that should be put in place roughly three weeks before the mating season...
22nd February 2019
ewe nutrition for optimal production

Feeding ewes for optimal production and reproduction | Part 2

Flush feeding is a management practice that should be put in place roughly three weeks before the mating season...
15th February 2019
ewe nutrition for optimal production

Feeding ewes for optimal production and reproduction | Part 1

The nutritional requirement of a ewe will change throughout her lifetime, depending on her production cycle....
1st February 2019
belangrikheid van optimale voerfasiliteite

Belangrikheid van Optimale Voerfasiliteite

Johan Mouton van RCL Foods oor die belangrikheid van optimale voerfasiliteite. Luister na die onderhoud met RSG Landbou hier.
28th January 2019
Metabolic related nutritional diseases in sheep

Acidosis, Urinary Calculi and Lamb Starvation

Metabolic related nutritional diseases in sheep occur mostly during certain physiological stages such as pregnancy or with lactation...
23rd January 2019
ewe nutritional diseases - pregnancy disease and enterotoxemia

Pregnancy Disease and Enterotoxemia in Sheep

Nutritional diseases in ewes can be prevented provided producers are able to diagnose the problems. Here's how to recognise the symptoms and treat pregnancy disease and enterotoxemia in sheep.
15th January 2019
Sheep Nutritional Diseases

Sheep Nutritional Diseases Part 2

In the second part of this series, we will be explaining the occurrence, symptoms and treatments of abosomal bloat and acidosis.
21st December 2018
Sheep Nutritional Diseases

Sheep Nutritional Diseases Part 1

Nutritional and metabolic diseases occur as a result of animals being fed a diet that is not balanced, or that has a shortage of certain nutrients.
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