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Effects of body condition and pre-lambing supplementation on ewe productivity

Khalidullah Khan

Effects of body condition and pre-lambing supplementation on ewe productivity

by Khalidullah Khan

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ewes -- Feeding and feeds.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Khalidullah Khan.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination102 leaves, bound. ;
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15200576M

    The Lifetime Ewe Management (LTEM) course aims to increase producers’ understanding of the influence of ewe nutrition and management on overall reproduction rates and lamb and ewe survival. Producers develop the skills to manage their ewes to achieve condition score targets, and explore the economics of supplementary feeding and. Part 1 of NZ Sheep Research Bibliography listing Authors A-M When Dr Clive Dalton was a ‘Scientific Liaison Officer’ at the Ruakura Research Centre, he thought he’d go through all the journals and books on the shelves in the extensive library, as well as all the other publications from Ruakura, Massey and Lincoln Colleges.

    The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board's (AHDB) assessment of current productivity within UK agriculture is set out in the latest in the series of Horizon . NZ Sheep Research N-Z What is included in this bibliography? I have listed all papers and articles from New Zealand publications referring to ‘sheep’, and then all papers in other journals that reported research on ‘New Zealand sheep’, with Authors surnamed N-Z. Against each reference I .

      Tuesday, 11 July Option Trading Euan Sinclair Pdf. By contrast poor nutrition in the second half of pregnancy following good nutrition in the first half has minimal effects on lamb growth, but disastrous effects on ewe condition and colostrum production.


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Effects of body condition and pre-lambing supplementation on ewe productivity by Khalidullah Khan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effects of pre-lambing maternal energy supplementation on post-weaning productive performance and thermoregulatory capacity of heat-stressed male lambs Author links open overlay panel Ulises Macías-Cruz a Jazmín C. Stevens b Abelardo Correa-Calderón a Miguel Mellado c Cesar A. Meza-Herrera d Leonel Avendaño-Reyes aAuthor: Ulises Macías-Cruz, Jazmín C.

Stevens, Abelardo Correa-Calderón, Miguel Mellado, Cesar A. Meza-Herre. Lamb stillborn data were analyzed by logistic regression using the GLIMMIX procedure of SAS (), assuming a binomial distribution (0 = alive, 1 = dead).Individual lamb was the experimental unit. Fixed effects in the model were ewe vitamin E supplementation (control, supplemented), vitamin E intake from the basal diet (continuously scaled), litter size (≤2 or ≥3 lambs), ewe age (1, 2 or ≥3 Cited by: 5.

Effects of pre-lambing maternal energy supplementation on post-weaning productive performance and thermoregulatory capacity of heat-stressed male lambs Article May This study aimed to investigate the effects of ewe body condition score and nutrition on twin-bearing ewes and their offspring.

At maximum Day of pregnancy (range days), twin. Supplementation and ewe age had (Peffects on the services to mentation improved the percent of ewes that became pregnant in the first service. The conception from the first service was highest (P. feeding the higher levels of concentrate resulted in higher ewe condition post lambing.

The results of the studies presented in Table 2 (and Table 3 of last week’s article) clearly show there is no benefit from feeding excess concentrate to ewes in late pregnancy.

Ewe lambs: Energy is normally the first limiting component in the diet of pregnantFile Size: 47KB. Pre-lambing management. Go To: Sterilising Equipment for Lambing.

Scanning is an essential tool in managing your ewe flock pre lambing. To get the best value from scanning, aim to have the ewes scanned as close as possible to 80 days post ram turn out.

Scanning at that stage will ensure that the scanner can pick up all of the ewes that are in lamb. Khan K () Effects of body condition and pre-lambing supplementation on ewe productivity. Master’s thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis Google Scholar Kishk WH () Interrelationship between ram plasma testosterone level and some semen by: 1.

from eight weeks pre-lambing until lambing. The dietary treatments were balanced for ewe live weight, age and physiological condition. The ewes had an average weight of 48 kg (range of – kg) prior to the start of the trial.

At the time of breeding all ewes were vaccinated and de-wormed. Ewes wereFile Size: KB. Pregnancy and lactation, especially when concurrent, create a rather metabolically demanding situation in dairy ruminants, but little is known about their effects on offspring phenotype and milk yield.

Here, we evaluated the impact of pregnancy and lactation on the metabolic traits and productive performance of Lacaune dairy sheep and their offspring. Productive performance was measured in Cited by: 1.

The main limiting factor affecting nutrition is how much a ewe can eat. It is generally thought that a ewe can eat % of its body weight in dry matter. This equates to about kg dry matter for a mule ewe. A reduced dry matter intake (DMI) occurs in late pregnancy due to the physical presence of the growing lambs in the abdomen.

DMI is. Thompson. Effect of pre-lambing supplementation and ewe body condition score on lamb survival and total weight of lamb weaned. Proceedings Western Section American Society of Animal Science Russel, A.

Body condition scoring of sheep. In: E. Boden (Ed.) Sheep and Goat Practice. p 3. Bailliere Tindall, Philadel-phia. The best way to check a diet is meeting the ewe's requirements/needs is to assess the body condition of the ewes.

This is an important task which, when done regularly, can improve the physical and financial performance of the flock. This manual looks at all the elements of ewe feeding and incorporates the latest thinking around this important File Size: 1MB.

Khan K Effects of Body Condition and Pre-Lambing Supplementation on Ewe Productivity. MS Thesis, Oregon State University, Oregon, USA, p.

Litherland AJ, Lambert MG, McLaren PN Effects of Herbage Mass and Ewe Condition Score at Lambing on Lamb Survival and Liveweight : Mehmet Koyuncu, Şeniz Öziş Altinçekiç, Serdar Duru, Yağmur Duymaz, Merve Karaca. Nutrition for ewe key to lamb viability Friday, Febru Managing ewe nutrition in late pregnancy will influence lamb viability and lamb vigour, according to Teagasc researcher Frank Campion.

The potential interaction between ewe body condition score and nutrition during very late pregnancy and lactation on the performance of twin-bearing ewes and their lambs L.

Cranston, P. Kenyon, R. Corner-Thomas, and S. Morris - Asian Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences. Ewes with body condition scores of or higher have higher lambing rates from out-of-season breeding than do ewes with lower body condition scores.

To improve lambing rates, lambs should be weaned at least one month prior to introduction of rams, and ewes could be supplemented with grain (1 to 2 lbs./day) to allow them to regain body File Size: 13MB. The hypothesis tested in this experiment was that Merino lambs with lower birthweights, due to poor ewe nutrition during pregnancy, would have more fat and less muscle than Merino lambs with higher birthweights.

At two sites (Victoria and Western Australia) in each of 2 years, a wide range in the liveweight profiles of ewes was generated during pregnancy and lactation by varying the amount of. Feeding in-lamb ewes to maintain or gain condition this winter in order to meet target lambing body condition scores (BCS) of andfor lowland and hill ewes respectively, will not only impact directly on the success of lambing itself, but new research has shown it will also support the reproductive potential of femaleFile Size: KB.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. |1. FRIDAY AUGUST 2 SHEEP Edited by Katie Lomas A page Farmers Guardian special pull-out supplement.EBLEX REPORT LINKS LAMBING BCS WITH WEANING WEIGHTS: An Eblex report has linked ewe body condition score (BCS) at lambing with lamb weaning study shows that for every one unit increase in a ewe’s BCS at lambing (up to BCS ) .Lee-Anne Oliver describes why nutritional management is critical in pre-lambing ewes and how to assess it in the sheep flock.

Pre-lambing preparation: feeding, metabolic profiles and minerals Register Login.