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  • National Sheep Improvement Program
    NSIP offers a computerized genetic performance evaluation program,designed to help identify high-producing replacements, cull poor-producing animals, and assess overall management strengths and weaknesses.
    http://www.nsip.org
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  • Sheep Pregnancy Checking By Ultrasonic Sound
    Ultrasonic sound waves of about 2 million cycles per second can pass through living tissue. Used to determine sheep pregnancy, these sound waves are painless and have no harmful after-effects to the ewe or fetus.
    http://muextension.missouri.edu/xplor/agguides/ansci/g02610.htm
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  • The Sheep Flock Improvement Program
    SFIP is a home testing genetic improvement program designed to assist Ontario purebred and commercial sheep producers in the evaluation of potential breeding stock and to provide a measure of the comparative productivity of ewes in the flock. Enrollment information and data available.
    http://www.gov.on.ca/OMAFRA/english/livestock/sheep/facts/info_sfip.htm
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  • Genetic Gains Ltd.
    Ram semen marketing, artificial breeding, artificial insemination and embryo transfer services.
    http://www.genetic-gains.co.nz/
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  • Global Genetics
    Global Genetics is a Dutch company who sells semen, embryos and livestock from sheep and goats
    http://www.global-genetics.com
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  • Blide's Pasture Pets
    We are a small family owned farm. We raise the adorable Southdown Babydoll sheep. We also have Pygmy goats, Fainting goats, and Alpacas
    http://www.freewebs.com/mylittlefarm
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  • Management Strategies for Improved Fall-Lambing
    Of the three major lambing seasons, fall lambing (September to November) is the most difficult to accomplish because of the inability of most breeds of sheep to cycle and breed in the spring and early summer. Research conducted by Virginia Tech Animal Scientists during the past ten years has demonstrated techniques that consistently put October and November lambing rates at 60 percent and higher.
    http://www.ext.vt.edu/news/periodicals/livestock/aps-97_04/aps-772.html
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  • Gestation Table for Sheep and Goats
    Based on 150 day gestation. Calculate breeing dates based on when you want to have lambs "on the ground."
    http://www.hawksmountainranch.com/gestationchart.html
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  • National Polypay Sire Summary
    This site lists top sires for the Polypay breed from across flock NSIP summaries.
    http://www.fmctc.com/gallery/wcfarm/siresum.html
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  • Selecting the Right Ram
    An individual ram will be mated to many ewes, making the selection of a ram particularly important. A new ram will significantly influence your lamb crop and therefore your revenue. As a result, you dont want any unpleasant surprises. This article tells how you can use EPDs help you choose the "right" ram.
    http://www.gov.on.ca/OMAFRA/english/livestock/sheep/facts/select.htm
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  • Reproductive Problems in Rams
    Systematic examination of all males to be used for breeding can prevent reproductive failure, minimize nonpregnant ewes, and increase numbers of lambs born early during lambing season.
    http://www.ianr.unl.edu/pubs/Sheep/g815.htm
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  • Sheep Flock Improvement Program EPDs
    Using Estimated Progeny Difference to make genetic improvements and increase flock performance.
    http://www.gov.on.ca/OMAFRA/english/livestock/sheep/facts/sfipepds.htm
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  • Fred's Micro, Inc. Sheep Program
    Keeps records on entire flock of sheep. Allows producer to keep track of ewes in relation to other ewes in flock. Printouts show entire history of ewes, including lambs produced.
    http://www.fredsmicro.com/
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  • Replacement Ewe Lamb Production
    Ewe lambs born in March and April are excellent candidates to be used as replacement ewes in spring-lambing flocks. With proper feeding and breeding management, spring-born ewe lambs should be in production by the time they are 12 to 14 months of age.
    http://www.ext.vt.edu/news/periodicals/livestock/aps-97_06/aps-797b.html
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  • Using Ram Lambs for Breeding
    This NebGuide explains how ram lambs can be most efficiently used in a breeding program and provides management suggestions for a successful program.
    http://www.ianr.unl.edu/pubs/Sheep/g814.htm
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