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Home  >  Beginning Farmer  >   Sheep: Sustainable and Organic Production (Summary)

Sheep: Sustainable and Organic Production



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By Margo Hale, Linda Coffey and Ann Bartlett, Chelsey Ahrens

Published: 2010

Updated: 2010

© NCAT

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24 pages


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Introduction

This publication introduces concerns and practices specifically related to sustainable sheep production. Topics covered include breed selection, controlled grazing, pasture lambing, alternative health management, and innovative marketing of meat and wool products. A list of further resources is also included.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Breed selection
Feeding ruminants
Reproduction
Health
Facilities
Marketing
Organic production
Economics
Conclusion
References
Further resources

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