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  1. Introduces shepherding to novice producers such as 4-H members, hobbyists, and farmers. The book is written by an experienced sheep producer, with chapters by a ruminant nutritionist and a veterinarian.
  2. This handbook will help the sheep producer select production goals, select the type of sheep most suitable for a particular area, and will serve as a guide for the production of healthy sheep.Sheep are one of the most common livestock and among the first to be domesticated. They are very...
  3. 2014-10-27
  4. Key Resource 2002-01-01 Sheep covers in detail the characteristics and requirements of the livestock group, and how to raise and produce sheep ina variety of tropical zones and farming systems. Breeding, health, nutrition, and processing of meat, wool, skins, and milk, all all included in a cmprehensive style.
  5. 2010-03-02 Go from sheep-raising to sweater-making, with a mother and daughter who make a game of all the stages that lie in between. From day to day, season to season, Mom is busy tending the family's small flock of sheep and then harvesting their wool to make yarn: shearing and washing, carding and...
  6. Access Agriculture Training Video Usually, farmers fatten male sheep and goats because they grow faster. To fatten the animals, it is important to find the right animals. To fatten sheep and goats, also give them protein rich feed for about 3 to 6 months. Along with good food, you must also make...
  7. Access Agriculture Training Video A sick sheep does not grow fast and will sell at a low price because it is thin and the meat will be of poor quality. Some diseases such as PPR and pasteurellosis are mainly transmitted through inhalation and contaminated drinking water. Parasitic worms spread to...
  8. Access Agriculture Training Video In this video, we will learn what causes fever, how to recognise an animal with fever and how to handle a simple case of fever on your farm using a few simple tips. Available languages Arabic Bangla Chichewa / Nyanja Chitonga / Tonga English French Hindi Luganda...
  9. Key Resource 1992-11-10 This book covers the theory and principles of animal nutrition, with a chapter on each of the main nutrient groups, and applies it to economic production of cattle, sheep, goats and other ruminants in hot climates. The contents include topics on food intake, grazing and browsing, feeding fibrous...
  10. 1965-01-01 This book is intended primarily for the use of veterinarians, veterinary students, and research workers in livestock diseases and livestock production. It should also be of value to sheep producers.