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In this issue of sheep!
Volume 28 Number 3
May/June, 2007

On The Cover
      This issue’s cover photo was submitted by Maggie Perry of Brookfield, Nova Scotia, Canada. (Learn more about it in the Photo Contest Winners section on page 8.)


     
Features
High-Paying Wool Production: Demands Proper Growth & Handling 26
Hay Analysis: Looks Like Greek To Me! 30
Teen Spins Wool Into Gold: Youth Leads The Way To Success With Sheep, Part II 34
Are Your Sheep Carriers of Hyperthelia? 40
Journey To “Lambs’ End” (“He Who Laughs Last…“) 55
  
Departments
Scribblings 6
sheep! Photo Contest 8
Meeting of Minds 10
    Milking Common Sheep Breeds 10
    Ewe Condition Scoring 11
    What Breed For Meat Only? 14
    How To Cure Foot Rot 15
    Chopped Hay For Small Farms 16
    Apple Cider Vinegar Treatment For Orf 18
    Tips To Get You More Twins 18
    Easier Shearing: Lamb Cuffs 23
    Gophers—Cheap Dog Food 24
Shearing Notes 41
Sheep May Safely Graze
    What We Know About Coyotes: After 125 Years of Control 42
Price Reports 46
Vet Check 48
Wool-Gatherings 49
News Bleat 50
    Subsidies Killing Irish Sheep Biz 50
    Maine: $50K Penalty For Sheep Without ID 51
    NAIS Data Now Being Used For Political Purposes 52
    Meat’s “Clone Status” Kept Secret From Consumers 52
    Mobile Abattoirs For On-Farm Meat Harvest 53
    Fishmeal For Flock Health 54
Book Reviews:
    Internal Parasites Of Sheep & Their Control: Now And In The Future 56
    Nutrient Requirements of Small Ruminants: Sheep, Goats, Cervids & New World Camelids 57
Poor Will’s sheep! Almanack 58
sheep! Breeders & Classifieds 62
  





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