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SEASONAL GUIDE: Growing, weaning and finishing lambs


Ensure you get maximum returns from your 2017 crop with our essential guide to the post-lambing season. 

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Hit targets on time with #FG's seasonal guide to growing, weaning and finishing lambs #Sheep365

The Farmers Guardian livestock team have rounded up the need to know articles about bringing on lambs at this pivotal time of year.

Don't forget about post-lambing ewe care

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Nothing like weaning lambs out on lush green grass they don't call out for their mothers so much pic.twitter.com/hHKmggq64g

— Zwartbles Ireland (@ZwartblesIE)

@Becksidefarm Kirkton tup lambs weaned & in for finishing. #LleynsandBlackies pic.twitter.com/7xoN6KlJvW

— Daye Tucker (@RuralLeader)

Tailing lambs, flock marking, dodging showers and heading back to the fell. Cumbria. #sheep365#WexMondays #fsprintmonday #sharemondays pic.twitter.com/ajXvFATLqE

— MrsB (@Croftfoot)

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