Problem of Inbreeding in Sheep, Gestation, Lambing and Lamb Care

in is the major problem of sheep farming due to this local breeds in traditional farming are suffering with stunted growth and many other health problems hence put tags to each Tramp and maintain its ancestry records change the RAM in each breeding season if the farm has more than one group of breeding leaves the RAM may be shifted to another group in the next season here we can read in the RAM for one more season later on by or exchange the new ramp from a distant farm without blood relation with Eve's avoiding inbreeding is most important for the success of sheep farming gestation period is 145 to 150 days in shape separate the eaves from the herd one wing before landing and keep observation clean the nose and mouth of the newly born lamb to facilitate easy breathing this eve has delivered the lamb and our echo cut off the umbilical cord at two inch length with a clean knife and applied tincture IRM or put cotton swab dipped in iodine like this and tie with cloth infection to the umbilical cord will cause arthritis collect the placenta and throw it away keep the mother and lamp on a dry floor if the shed is infected with e—coli pathogen drench ampicillin antibiotic in water to newly born lamp feed the pregnant and delivered Eve's with more amounts of concentrates and mineral mixture newly-born land should suck the colostrums within half enough it is most important for the development of disease resistance keep the lamp with its mother for 15 days later on separate the lamp and allow it to feed the milk thrice the day unless the lamp keeps away from its mother it will not learn eating grass and fodder wean the lamp after 3 months only the Rams develop horns normally it is retained in some breeds like burn oil even the Rams do not have horns hence there is no question of dehorning in she put marking tabs to the Lambs to facilitate maintaining records this is compulsory for insurance you

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