Stafford, StaffordshireI'll lamb in one block next year

Beary, Jim
September 2016
Farmers Weekly;9/9/2016, Issue 1133, p1
Trade Publication
The article provides information on a livestock farmer Jim Beary who rears calves and herd of Aberfield-cross New Zealand Romneys. Topics discussed include selling of lambs born in May, grades of lambs produced, his plans for 2017 to customize lamb production in more efficient manner, and shearing of lambs to increase dry matter.


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