Reducing Labor at Lambing Webinar Recording Available
October 11, 2013
“We set some records with this one,” said Jay Parsons, Ph.D., Colorado State University and Optimal Ag and host of the Reducing Labor at Lambing Time webinar. “146 people representing 36 states and two Canadian provinces participated in the session.”
If you were unavailable to join Philip Berg and Mike Caskey, both of the Pipestone Lamb and Wool Program, as they led the discussion about labor-saving watering, feeding and bedding systems as well as present layouts of warm lambing barns and sheep flow options, a recording of the session is available at www.optimalag.com/webinars/2013-10-08_ReducingLaborAtLambingTime.wmv.
The Webinars are sponsored by the American Sheep Industry Association (ASI) as part of the grow our flock campaign to increase sheep production with emphasis on helping operations be more efficient. The Campaign Chairman Mike Corn, a sheep rancher from New Mexico, relays that a copy of the presentation is available at www.optimalag.com/webinars/2013-10-08_ReducingLaborAtLambingTime.pdf.