Lamb feeding strategies compared

Lamb feeding strategies compared

NEW research from Cornell University provides insight into whether sheep producers should feed a milk replacer or ewe's milk to the 2016 lamb crop.

Conducted by Ann DiPastina, in conjunction with Dr. Debbie Cherney, the study looked to answer two questions: (1) Does the composition of ewe's milk change throughout lactation? (2) Are the growth rates different between lambs on milk replacer and those on ewe's milk?

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