Nine sheep keeping attention

1. Make a good reserve of forage and feed to ensure supply. At the same time, good forage preparation and storage methods should be used to ensure forage quality.

2. Simple straw racks and feeding troughs should be prepared for grass feeding to reduce the waste of forage to increase feed utilization. Feeding carrots, potatoes, sugar beets and other tuber roots into a juicy feed must be washed out of sludge and other impurities, chopped and fed. Regardless of hay, silage, or juice feed, if there is mildew, it cannot be fed.

3. Regardless of the type of feeding, the regular feeding of coarse feed should be done. In the case of sheep grazing, feeding should be carried out twice in the morning and evening, that is, feeding hay before grazing in the morning, feeding fine material in the evening, and then giving the appropriate amount of straw.

4. Captive sheep are fed with leguminous grass in summer and autumn, such as cockroach, razor clams, and grass clams, and are chopped and fed.

5. Avoid using the leftovers to feed sheep, so as not to cause sheep to accumulate food.

6. Regardless of the type of rearing, sheep should be regularly immunized and dewormed. After the sheep has been infected with digestive tract parasitic disease, spring is particularly prone to diarrhea, weight loss, and death. Therefore, sheep should be given scientific and reasonable feeding conditions in autumn and winter to ensure that sheep safely pass through the winter and make their health grow.

7. After the winter weaning, the young grasses germinate and the grass can be grazing. In the early spring, after weaning the grass, it takes a short time to enter the dry grass season. Therefore, we must pay attention to supplementary feeding in the winter. First of all, we must ensure that the bred sheep have enough green hay to eat. In addition to grazing, we must supply 200 grams to 250 grams of mixed feed every day.

8. It is required to maintain the ventilation, dryness, warmth and hygiene of the finishing sheep house, and to provide simple food troughs, straw racks and drinking water facilities. If conditions permit, a plastic shed is placed on the lamb finishing shed for warming.

9. The shed must be cleaned and soiled. Completely feed fatteners, drinking water twice a day, usually once every afternoon. For grazing lambs, we must select the nearest fine grasslands for grazing. We must not swim too far to avoid excessive energy consumption and affect fattening effects.

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