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It is important to be tough on yourself when assessing ewes post-weaning, writes Edward Earle.
It is sad to see that the factories are starting to pull the price as more lambs start coming on stream, but there is nothing new there, writes Edward Earle.
With this rain and warm weather, grass growth should pick up nicely over the next few days, writes Edward Earle.
As anthelmintic resistance is an ever-growing concern on farms, we need to ensure we are only dosing when necessary, writes Edward Earle.
While conditions are great for cutting silage, grazing ground is slow to come back, writes Edward Earle
Grass growth has noticeably slowed down in the last week, writes Edward Earle.
The most disappointing part of shearing this year is the price of wool, writes Edward Earle.
"The amount of dirt and dust that builds up on trusses and timbers after a winter would surprise you."
We were fortunate that we caught it early as most times, the first sign of pneumonia in young lambs is a dead lamb, writes Edward Earle.
The aim of implementing a paddock system is to use less meal feeding and drive lamb performance from quality grass, writes Edward Earle.
Having a good set-up is essential, according to Edward Earle (31).