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Adding Sheep to a Cattle Operation – Part 2

By   /  June 15, 2020  /  Livestock, Sheep  /  Comments Off on Adding Sheep to a Cattle Operation – Part 2

For the past few weeks we’ve been sharing articles from folks at the American Solar Grazing Association about the business of using sheep to manage vegetation in solar arrays. It might have some of you cattlemen/women thinking about raising sheep. With that in mind, here’s the voice of experience from someone just like you – […]

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4th Annual Missouri Sheep & Goat Conference

By   /  October 18, 2019  /    /  No Comments

Producers, would-be producers, and others meet once each year to attend the annual Missouri Sheep & Goat Conference.  This two-day event provides educational opportunities for those involved in the sheep and goat industry.  Topics vary from year to year but have included grazing management, soil health, rations, guardian animals, parasite management, genetics, value-added marketing, budgeting, […]

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3rd Annual Missouri Sheep & Goat Conference

By   /  October 12, 2018  /    /  No Comments

Come and join us October 12-13 for the 3rd Annual Missouri Sheep & Goat Conference in Columbia, MO! The conference was created to provide educational and networking opportunities to those involved/interested in the sheep and goat industry.  Whether you are thinking about starting a sheep or goat operation, or have been involved in the industry […]

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Don’t Burn Down Your Barn!

By   /  March 3, 2014  /  Goats, Livestock, Pigs, Sheep  /  1 Comment

More instructions for making your own, inexpensive equipment! Keep your kids and lambs warm and your barn safe with Sandy’s unpatented warming barrels.

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Saving Hypothermic Lambs

By   /  January 13, 2014  /  Livestock, Sheep  /  1 Comment

In winter lambing flocks, hypothermia and starvation of newborn lambs can account for nearly all of the pre-weaning death loss of lambs. It’s a serious problem that can often be minimized through careful management of the ewe flock and its environment. Even under the best management in the best environment, there will still be some […]

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