Sheep Canada – Fall 2019

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Table of Contents
4: Greetings from Deerville
5: Producer profile: Woolley’s Lamb, Simcoe, Ontario
9: Sidebar: What is silvopasture?
13: 1st Global Sheep Conference, Saskatoon, SK
15: Feed for profit: Nutrition and the immune system
19: Exploring new technologies will help the sheep industry
21: Items of interest from the Ontario SR Vet Conference
25: A manifesto on fire
27: 2019 All Canada Sheep Classic, Humboldt, SK
34: Career choices and the myth of multitasking
35: Buyer’s Guide

Sheep Canada – Summer 2019

Table of Contents
4: Greetings from Deerville
15: Do good fences make good neighbours?
17: Ontario producers benefit from working together
21: How good is your pasture?
23: I shot a coyote in my pyjamas
25: Worm-trapping fungus new tool in fight against parasites
27: She’s gone chicken crazy
29: Tales from the creek: Sustainability
31: Increased prolificacy benefits entire industry
35: Buyer’s Guide

Sheep Canada – Spring 2019

Table of Contents
4: Greetings from Deerville
11: I’m not a farmer but I play one on the Internet
13: Tales from the creek: Spend small, gain big
17: Interesting times
21: Easy, portable mineral feeder
24: Tag fees going up
25: There’s an app for that!
27: Sheep industry moves closer to traceability
29: Balancing visual selection and genetic evaluation
30: Strange Bob Square Bale Pants
31: We remember
35: Buyer’s Guide

Sheep Canada – Winter 2018

Table of Contents
4: Greetings from Deerville
15: “Sorry, Sam!”
17: Prevention and detection of pregnancy toxemia
21: Creating success
23: Managing worm infestations with birdsfoot trefoil
25: Wool growers celebrate 100 years
27: CSF elects new executive
29: The Class of Wool
31: Shear frustration
35: Buyers’ Guide Directory

Sheep Canada – Fall 2018

Sheep Canada magazine - Fall 2018 Table of Contents
4: Greetings from Deerville
15: Portable electric netting…the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
18: North American Lamb Company formed
19: Tales from the Creek: Food, fibre and…energy?
23: Feed for profit: Holes in the hide
25: Can genomics be useful for the Canadian sheep industry?
29: 2018 All Canada Sheep Classic, Truro, NS
31: In favour of holidays and luxurious sheep by-products
35: Buyer’s Guide

Sheep Canada – Summer 2018

Sheep Canada – Summer 2018 Table of Contents
4: Greetings from Deerville
11: Tales from the creek: Bale grazing in Ontario
17: Feed for profit: Raising replacement ewe lambs
19: Living on the edge
21: Traceability regulations right around the corner
25: Lesson learned
28: CSF welcomes affiliate members
29: Anticipate, predict and plan with Simulovins
33: Is genetic improvement profitable?
35: Buyers’ Guide Directory

Sheep Canada – Spring 2018

Sheep Canada – Spring 2018 Table of Contents
4: Greetings from Deerville
11: Feed for profit: Vitamin supplementation of sheep
17: Tales from the creek: Going for green
21: Fibresheds foster production of local textiles
25: Getting off the farm: A day well spent
27: Genetic evaluations for dairy sheep
29: CSF affiliate and associate memberships now available
31: Life with sheep
35: Buyers’ Guide Directory

Sheep Canada – Winter 2017

Sheep Canada – Winter 2017 Table of Contents
4: Greetings from Deerville
11: Good-bye, pink metal tags!
13: Feed for profit: Basic rations
15: New GM at Canadian Sheep Breeders’ Association
16: Analysing big bale silage
18: Another anniversary for NorthumberLamb
19: Buyer’s Guide directory
23: Dam nutrition affects milk production of female offspring
24: Government of Canada invests in livestock industries
26: 2017 Sheep Value Chain Roundtable meeting
29: Research roundup

Sheep Canada – Fall 2017

Sheep Canada Fall 2017 Table of Contents
4: Greetings from Deerville
13: Feed for profit: Comparing feed costs
17: Classification methods for Canadian lamb
21: Genetic improvement: Better tools get results
25: 2017 All Canada Classic, Red Deer, Alberta
29: Matching the weight of the dam to the target market weight
31: Canadian Sheep Federation news
33: Fighting the creepies with the crawlies
35: Buyer’s Guide directory
Links in this issue:

Sheep Canada – Summer 2017

Table of Contents
4: Greetings from Deerville
5: Producer profile: Young Buck Farms, Peers, Alberta
15: Brexit could bust British producers
17: Feed for profit: Grazing corn
20: Canadian Katahdin Sheep Association and CSBA join up
21: GenOvis: New program brings new questions
28: CCWG now open for business in a new facility
29: Selling lambs in Canada
34: New alfalfa variety offers farmers a tougher forage
35: Buyer’s Guide
Links in this issue:
Links from article on Grazing Corn
Links from article on Marketing Lamb in Canada