This module takes participants through the benefits of pregnancy scanning and how the practice is the key to opening the door to generating more lambs to sell.
This module introduces the new knowledge from research and development conducted on crossbred and composite genotypes and how best to manage nutrition during pregnancy and lactation.
This module takes participants through all the planning and critical steps to providing the best possible lambing environment to maximise lamb and ewe survival.
The module leads participants through the best-practice management to ensure lambs are weaned on time and are setup to continue to thrive during the post-weaning period.
This module introduces new information from research and development into the carryover effects on reproduction from the ewe management during the previous pregnancy and lactation. Generating more lambs next year starts now in the current year.
This module introduces new information from the last 5-10 years of research and development and takes participants through the key elements to enable greater success from joining ewe lambs.
The hard work has been done, now ensure that your future breeders are given every opportunity to succeed. This module takes participants through the process of managing ewe lambs that have lambed at 12-15 months of age into their second mating to ensure success.
This module takes participants through the key area where improvements can be made in minimising the number of ewes that are culled and the practices to make informed decisions on retaining replacement ewes.