a. Sheep are harvested in all areas and dipped if indicated by the veterinarian.
b. Dip the sheep after two weeks of shearing in order to heal wounds caused by shearing.
c. Prepare and examine rams well and if the report is to buy new improved rams purchased from reliable sources. The sperm pores can be examined for rams and typhus to ensure that the males are mating.
d. rams must be in physical condition 3.5-4.
e. Sheep depend on grazing land this month where grasses are widely available.
f. The registration of diseased, inactive or mutilated sheep by selling these sheep at the earliest opportunity.
g. Ensure that the growth of sheep is good and that they are not infected with coccidiosis. Treat this disease using the appropriate medicine in drinking water.
h. The smell of typhus comes from a gland in the base of the centuries “musk glands” as well as from hair mixed with urine, and this smell is strong during the breeding season. The pods can be removed and can be cleaned with alcohol once a day to reduce the odor.
i. Tested alternative breeds are tested to ensure they are free from disease.
j. rams purchased against brucellosis are examined.
a. Good food should be provided during the season of vaccination to provide good nutrition for ewes and for the production of milk and the development of postpartum lambs.
b. If the previous season is not fertilized, the sheep should be paid a food boost for the success of the mating with 250 g per day for each ejaculation for 21 days before mating. If the season is fertile, the food is paid only for sheep whose physical condition is less than 2.5.
c. A ram is allocated for every 25: 30 ejaculation for mating. It is preferable to keep the rams with the ewes for two cycles.
d. Consult your veterinarian about immunization against Salmonella, Chlamydia and Q fever. These vaccinations should be given 4 weeks prior to the operation of the supplement.
e. Feed rams should be fed excellent in this period so that the rattle consists of filler and center mix and be sufficient.
f. Sheep should be kept in good physical condition (not fat as well as not weak) and with a 3.5-point hoarding point. The weight of ewes should be avoided during the vaccination period.
g. Place rams in shaded areas during this period.
h. Consult your veterinarian after the beginning of the first period of pregnancy to vaccinate against chickenpox.
i. Do not change feed abruptly but graze staging.
j. Put the Breeding Harness sheep with the coloring board in order to place a color on the fertilized females.
k. Continue to observe the rams because the season is still continuing.
l. Sheep are considered at the first time of pregnancy so do not change the feed suddenly and avoid the weight loss of ewes in this period.
m. Sheep vaccinate against chickenpox if it has not yet been vaccinated.
n. Be careful when shipping sheep
o. Pregnancy testing is performed by a transceiver load detector.