Mums with Multiples

Managing fecund flocks to improve the performance of triplet dams and their lambs There has been a significant increase in scanning rates, which has lead to an increase in the percentage of triplet bearing ewes. Triplet bearing ewes and their lambs are at higher risk...

EAS Annual Report 2018

The 2018 Regional Benchmarking Report and 2018 EAS Annual Report have been released. The Enhanced Abattoir Surveillance program provides health, condition and disease feedback to South Australian producers that has been detected at Thomas Foods International...

Good Clover Bad Clover MLA Producer Demonstration Site Project

Good Clover Bad Clover MLA Producer Demonstration Site Project Oestrogenic clover is thought by many to be an issue of the past, but a joint project under MLA’s Producer Demonstration Site program with the MacKillop Farm Management Group and Ag KI is proving...

Diverse Feed Base in a Mixed Farming

Using the Diverse Feed Base in a Mixed Farming Business Are you interested in exploring your feed base, where it sits with regards to animal demand, and how to utilise it in a mixed farming system? Do you want to improve your skills in assessing, calculating and...

Using standing crops to finish lambs

Using standing crops to finish lambs and protect paddock health Alison Frischke, BCG Take home messages • Standing crops are a nutritious and profitable feed source to use later in the season for weaning and finishing lambs on. • They provide excellent groundcover and...

Good Clover Bad Clover Field Day

Oestrogenic clovers can significantly impact lambing percentages and these two fact sheets will help you to identify the ‘bad’ clovers and give you tips on how to manage your sheep while grazing oestrogenic pastures The clovers which are highly oestrogenic...
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