Contents tagged with sheep

25 February 2022

Watery mouth is an infectious bacterial disease that can kill newborn lambs usually within the first 3 days of life. Lambs pick up infection from the environment and the bacteria multiply very rapidly in the gut. Affected lambs die within hours.

7 January 2022

Infection pathways leading to mastitis infection in sheep

7 January 2022

digital dermatitis infection reservoirs in beef cattle and sheep

15 October 2021

The latest edition of Ruminant News for cattle and sheep farmers is available to download now

13 September 2021

Join AHDB and Jennifer Duncan, Senior Lecturer in Livestock Health and Welfare at the University of Liverpool, for a webinar on the recent advances in our understanding of CODD and advice on treatment and prevention strategies for the disease.

14 January 2022

Ovine footrot is an infectious cause of lameness in sheep that has significant economic impact for the UK sheep farming industry

6 August 2021

Use the clover content assessment stick to help you estimate the clover content in your pastures and assess nitrogen (N) supply.

5 August 2021

Methane emissions for the inventory (AC0115)

14 January 2022

Optimising the use of nitrogen represents one of the major goals of sustainable livestock farming systems from both an economic and environmental standpoint

6 December 2021

HCC is undertaking a project to evaluate the ability to generate long term genetic improvements in the Welsh ewe flock

14 January 2022

AHDB has commissioned the development of a pilot eMB-Cattle system; the pilot will record antimicrobial usage data across a number of beef and dairy farms

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