Monthly Archives: June 2018

June 2018

    We were thankful that shearing was completed prior to the onset of this hot weather. Another year and again only one ewe with any sign of fly strike. Hopefully enough good haylage has been made earlier this month and (slowly) some regrowth is now coming through. Lets hope for a “normal” winter, although

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May 2018

I recall making a worrying prediction about the lambing weather in early March. Well we largely dodged that snow bullet, with very little collateral damage. Very few mastitis cases – under 2%, and most of those out in the field, a couple of weeks after lambing. Apart from those “casualties”, lambing went remarkably smoothly. I

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