Sheep

  • Sheep lameness: Abscess

    It is essential to identify the condition correctly so that it can be treated promptly and properly. Provided as part of AHDB Beef & Lamb (formerly EBLEX) Better Returns Programme. http://beefandlamb.ahdb.org.uk/returns/

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  • Sheep lameness: Best management practices

    Research trials show rapid treatment on individual sheep improves the overall performance of the whole flock. Provided as part of AHDB Beef & Lamb (formerly EBLEX) Better Returns Programme. http://beefandlamb.ahdb.org.uk/returns/

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  • Sheep lameness: CODD

    Contagious ovine digital dermatitis (CODD) is a relatively new but severe condition. Most sheep affected show lameness affecting one digit of one foot. Provided as part of AHDB Beef & Lamb (formerly EBLEX) Better Returns Programme. http://beefandlamb.ahdb.org.uk/returns/

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  • Sheep lameness: Footrot

    Footrot is an extremely painful disease and affected animals lose weight rapidly and are very lame, remain recumbent for long periods and may carry the affected leg. Provided as part of AHDB Beef & Lamb (formerly EBLEX) Better Returns Programme. http://beefandlamb.ahdb.org.uk/returns/

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  • Sheep lameness: Introduction

    An overview of the importance of lameness to individual sheep flocks and the industry as a whole, plus an introduction to how to diagnose different types of foot problems. Provided as part of AHDB Beef & Lamb (formerly EBLEX) Better Returns Programme. http://beefandlamb.ahdb.org.uk/returns/

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