Calling on sheep producers who scan for multiple lambs and manage ewe lambs/maiden ewes separately during the lambing period – we need your help!
Murdoch University PhD candidate Elise Bowen is conducting a survey to better understand current sheep reproductive rates across Australia. This study forms part of a larger project, funded by Meat & Livestock Australia that is looking at improving the reproductive performance of ewes joined as lambs and hoggets.
The key benefit from this study to farm businesses will be a set of benchmarks to compare the reproductive performance of your sheep against regional and national targets.
Survey respondents will be asked to provide some information about the characteristics of their sheep flocks and scanning rates as well as some data on the number of lambs present at lambing.
Please read the instructions carefully, no questions are compulsory to answer. Please email the completed survey to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The final report and publications from this project will not identify any individuals or businesses participating in the study. Any records that identify you or your business will be stored securely and not shared without your consent.
Download an electronic copy of the survey here.
For further information on this project, call Caroline Jacobson (0418 953 173) or Serina Hancock (0403 570 823).
Thank you for your support and contribution.