Neonatal Lamb Management

Neonatal Lamb Management: Intraperitoneal Injection of Dextrose (Glucose)

Most lamb deaths that occur shortly after birth are due to starvation and/or hypothermia (low body temperature).  These losses are most often preventable, and lambs can be saved if problems are identified and treated quickly.


https://www.ablamb.ca/images/documents/resources/neonatal-mangement-IP-final.pdf


Prep for Lambing Season

Straightforward video about preparing for lambing season. What's in YOUR kit?

https://youtu.be/wqIEAW-7U74

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  • 03/10/2017 12:06 PM | Website Admin (Administrator)

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    U.S. Sheep Industry
    According to the 2012 Census of Agriculture, there are 84,338 sheep farms in the United States. Large sheep operations, which own 80 percent of the sheep, are located primarily in the Western United States. Texas and California have the most sheep. Small producers, those owning less than 100 sheep, comprise the majority of sheep operations, but own only 17 percent of the sheep...


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