Virtual Sheep Conference 2022 - Session 2
On Thursday 27 January, Dr. Philip Creighton, Teagasc Sheep Enterprise Leader, chaired this interesting discussion on ‘Reducing lamb mortality and new veterinary medicine regulations for 2022’. You can access the webinar and conference publication here
Proceedings from the Virtual Sheep Conference 2022 which took place on Tuesday, 25 January & Thursday, 27 January.
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While lambing in early season flocks is well underway or nearing completion, planning and preparations for mid-season lambing flocks should now be beginning. The importance of preparation pre lambing cannot be over emphasised. It can greatly reduce problems during the lambing season and improve the overall performance of the flock.
Topics covered in Session 1
Opportunities to reduce lamb mortality, the main causes and solutions from my studies
Dwayne Sheils, Walsh Scholar, Teagasc
New Veterinary Medicines Regulations 2022 – implications for Sheep Farmers
Caroline Garvan, Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine
Watch Session 2 of the Sheep Conference below:
The Virtual Sheep Conference 2022 -Session 1: ‘Reducing input costs while maximising productivity and Outlook for 2022’, held on 25th January 2022 can be viewed at The Virtual Sheep Conference 2022 -Session 1