RUNNING AN EFFICIENT SHEEP ENTERPRISE: FROM GENETICS TO GRAZING

As a Farming Connect Innovation site we will be working with Farming Connect to host an Open Day on Wednesday 24th August 2016, starting ar 4:30pm until 7pm.

Join us to discuss the key elements of running an efficient sheep enterprise. The following topics will be covered:

  •  Managing the grazing platform with grassland expert Charlie Morgan
  •  Preparing for tupping with sheep expert Kate Phillips
  •  An insight to sheep genetics with geneticist Janet Roden
  •  Breeding for production with Innovis Managing director Dewi Jones

For more information please contact;

Lisa Roberts - 07985 379890 / lisa.roberts@menterabusnes.co.uk

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