Winter Sheep "Four Points"

With the gradual cooling of the winter climate, Yangyang households must take measures to actively make some preparations for winter raising. It is suggested that the following four aspects be considered.

One, to provide enough fodder. In winter, wild grass feed for goats is rare, and the energy and nutritional value of the dead leaves are very poor. Goats can easily fall out if they don't eat well or eat enough during the wintering season. Therefore, it is very important to provide enough goat forage to feed the overwintering forage. In addition, some concentrate feeds should be prepared to enhance the feeding effect.

Second, timely group. Before entering the winter, the flock will be grouped. In addition to appropriate elimination of old and weak sheep, the group should be grouped according to the sheep's nutritional status in order to facilitate grazing. In addition, many ewes often have lambs during the winter, and they should be moved to a litter box before the ewes are lambed. After a period of time of milking and timely training, the newborn lambs must form lambs alone to prevent them from grazing long distances with large herds of sheep. Specialists can be responsible for grazing or activities of lambs at close range. After the ewes circling, they must hurry into the lambs' laps and they must not be kept in the same circle as the adult sheep.

Third, keep warm. Before the winter, conduct a check on the sheds, repair loopholes, prevent drafts, rain and snow from drifting in, and ensure that the circle is warm and dry. When the cold wave comes, you should thicken the grass. In addition, you must not raise the temperature in the sheep's collar to prevent the sheep from suffering from pneumonia because of the smoke.

Fourth, health and disease prevention. In winter, check the pens regularly to keep the pens, litter, drinking water, and hay clean. If necessary, thoroughly disinfect the pens. At the same time, Yangyang households must learn to prevent and treat the major diseases of the sheep, and manage the sheep so that it does not come into contact with diseased sheep and do a good job of prevention work. In the early winter season, the sheep are easy to grow long. Once discovered, they can be mixed with rapeseed oil and kerosene and applied to the affected area 3 to 5 times a day for 3 to 4 days. Raw lard 100 grams and ginger 150 grams can also be mixed and eroded. Rubbed the affected area of ​​the sheep body, 1 to 2 times to eliminate the sheep.

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