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In this issue of sheep!
Volume 32 Number 5
September/October, 2011

On The Cover
      ”Trailing To Winter Pasture” by Ellen Lehfeldt of Lavina, Montana. See the full story on page 10.


     
Features
Northland Sheep Dairy A Collaboration With Nature 34
“No Show” Moving On Up To Production Flock Status 42
Culling Sensibly 48
  
Departments
Scribblings 6
sheep! Photo Contest 10
Meeting of Minds 12
    Discovery: Saving Stubborn Newborn Lamb With Milk Paste 14
    ”Down Under” Views: Sheep Biz Expansion & Grazing Leases 14
    Questions About Cotswold Sheep 16
    Do Glands Interfere With A Wether’s Walking Ability? 17
    Does Cider Vinegar Increase Number Of Ewe-Lambs Born? 20
    Mulesing: Who Really Profits? 21
    Swimming Sheep 22
    Converting Horse Pasture To Sheep 23
    Grazing Horned Cattle With Sheep 24
Hair Sheep Reports First Hand Experiences With Many Breeds
Vet Check 29
Sheep May Safely Graze
    Pigeons vs. Sheep How Big A Problem? 30
Wool-Gatherings 33
Price Reports 38
Poor Will’s sheep! Almanack 44
Shearing Notes 53
News Bleat 54
    The Public Is Dying To Get This New Wool Product 54
    Feeding Weed Killer Cuts E-Coli Levels In Newborn Lamb Guts 56
    Variety Is The Spice Of Growth 56
    Biosecurity Tips 56
    Predators Still #1 Cause Of Sheep Losses In U.S. 57
    Brazilian Scientists Confirm Soy Hulls Cut Acidosis Risk In Finishing Feeds 57
    Movie Bus Condemning Livestock Biz A Potential Promo Op? 58
    Drinking & Respiratory Rates Reveal When It’s Time To Clip 58
    New Drug Boosts Lamb Gains, Cuts Feed Consumption 59
    New Australian Dairy Breed 59
    
    
sheep! Breeders & Classifieds 60
  





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