Don't keep back cull ewes, despite possible shortfall

Long, Jonathan; Buss, Jessica
June 2002
Farmers Weekly;6/14/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 24, p47
Trade Publication
Reports on the possible shortage of breeding ewes available in Great Britain in the 2002 autumn season. Factors that may contribute to the shortage of the ewes; Plans of several producers regarding the potential shortage of the breeds; Other sources of ewes.


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