Check tups now to ensure they last another season

Buss, Jessica; Long, Jonathan
December 2004
Farmers Weekly;12/10/2004, Vol. 141 Issue 24, p30
Trade Publication
The article discusses the post-tupping care of tups or rams. First thing to do about tups coming off ewes, according to Scientific Advisory Council sheep specialist John Vipond; Vaccinations needed by tups which could be used again next year; Recommendation of Vipond for feeding tups through winter; Suggestion of veterinarian Fiona Lovatt that tups should be semen tested.


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