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  1. China's Livestock Revolution: Agribusiness and Policy Developments in the Sheep Meat Industry (Cabi International)
  2. Lambing season: it can be the worst of times ... and the best. (care of new-born sheep; includes article on goats' horns): An article from: Countryside & Small Stock Journal by Sue Rech, B. Kurylo, 1996-01-01
  3. The World Market for Live Sheep and Goats: A 2007 Global Trade Perspective by Philip M. Parker, 2006-09-28
  4. The World Market for Live Sheep: A 2007 Global Trade Perspective by Philip M. Parker, 2006-09-28
  5. Livestock husbandry on range and pasture, by Arthur W Sampson, 1928
  6. Emerging Technology and Management for Ruminants (1985 Livestock Seminars, International Stockmen's School) by Frank H. Baker, 1984-12
  7. Livestock guardian dogs: introduction, and a summary of training advice.(includes related articles): An article from: Countryside & Small Stock Journal by Jeff Hankins, Conny Hankins, 1997-01-01
  8. Top Trainers Talk About Starting a Sheepdog: Training a Border Collie on Sheep and Other Livestock
  9. Make money with purebred Cotswold sheep.: An article from: Countryside & Small Stock Journal by Nathan Griffith, 2000-05-01
  10. Livestock guarding dogs : protecting sheep from predators (SuDoc A 1.75:588) by Jeffrey S. Green, 1993
  11. Guide for evaluating livestock showmanship contests: Beef, sheep, swine (Nebraska Cooperative Extension 4-H) by Doyle R Wolverton, 1991
  12. Some weedy grasses injurious to livestock, epecially sheep (Circular / Agricultural Experiment Station, Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts) by L. H Pammel, 1929
  13. Guide to--livestock parasite control: Sheep and hogs (Publication / Extension Service of Mississippi State University) by A. G Bennett, 1967
  14. Commercial family-operated sheep ranches, Range Livestock Area, Northern Great Plains, 1930-50: Organization, production practices, costs, and returns ... / Montana Agricultural Experiment Station) by James R Gray, 1951

21. Livestock Supply, Livestock Equipment, Livestock Handling Equipment, Livestock S
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22. SAC Annual Report 2003 - Consultancy Services
The beef and sheep livestock sectors in Scotland consolidated sustained recovery from the outbreak of FMD in 2001, aided by improved market prices,
Education Services Divisions SAC Annual Report 2003: Contents ... Acrobat Version
Consultancy Services
Review of the Year “SAC has been at the forefront of interpreting the implications of the Mid Term Review of the CAP, undertaking studies to determine the likely impact for farmers and rural businesses around Scotland” SAC delivered consultancy services to more than 12,000 clients during the year, predominantly in Scotland but also South of the border and internationally, covering a wide range of sectoral disciplines from business planning to veterinary sciences. This is a major achievement given the diversity of issues facing our clients and their widespread geographic location.
Supporting Change in Agricultural Policies
Developments in Arable Consultancy
Cereal yields were generally low, coupled with depressed prices which resulted in a poor year for arable farmers. However with a mild Winter and good weather conditions in the Spring, it is hoped this will be reversed for the 2003 harvest.
Potato prices were also low during the year but quality was generally good. SAC has expanded its potato consultancy, with success, to the North of England during this year as well as securing a major consultancy contract with a Japanese snack food manufacturer, providing agronomy advice and training input for their staff.

23. Advantage West Midlands
It stages weekly cattle and sheep livestock markets on Tuesdays, fortnightly sales of poultry and caged birds on Saturdays, monthly sales of agricultural
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Cash boost for Staffordshire livestock market
Tuesday 26th July 2005
The future looks bright for one of Staffordshire’s last remaining livestock markets after Advantage West Midlands approved a key segment of funding for a major refurbishment. Leek Cattle Market, originally built in the 1960s, will be modernised in a scheme proposed by Staffordshire Moorlands District Council costing nearly £300,000. Under the plans, many of the existing buildings and pens will be refurbished to provide a modern central market hall, improved penning and new storage buildings. Work is expected to start in the autumn. Advantage West Midlands has approved a £130,000 grant towards the scheme under the Market Towns Initiative. Other public sector funding has been secured from Staffordshire Moorlands District Council (£137,000), and a ten per cent private sector contribution from Leek Auctions Ltd. Leek is home to one of only two livestock markets left in Staffordshire, with a turnover of £3.3 million in 2004.

24. Animal Welfare Protesters Block Sheep Ship - National -
Animal welfare protesters have blocked a sheep livestock carrier from entering a Victorian port this morning. Animal Liberation spokesperson Ralph
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September 24, 2003 - 8:02AM Print this article Email to a friend Animal welfare protesters have blocked a sheep livestock carrier from entering a Victorian port this morning. Animal Liberation spokesperson Ralph Hahnheuser said protesters in boats and canoes stopped the livestock vessel, Al Kuwait from entering the port of Portland, on Victoria's south-west coast about 6.30am (AEST). He said about 50 protesters, in 10 canoes and three powered boats, risked high seas to form a blockade forcing the ship to turn back to sea. He said Al Kuwait was believed to be entering the Portland dock to load cattle and sheep for export to the Middle East. Mr Hahnheuser said the protest was aimed to highlight the animal welfare risk posed by live exports. "We'll be here all day if necessary," Mr Hahnheuser told AAP from a canoe in Portland's Henty Bay. "Our intention is very clear ... we're going to stop this ship from docking and loading."

25. Jeffco International Ltd - Livestock Exporters Importers - Sheep, Goats, Pigs, C
Livestock Exporters Importers Sheep, Goats, Pigs, Cattle, Horses, and breeeding services, with a professional worldwide network.
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Jeffco International Ltd Welcome to Jeffco International Ltd Our group of companies are backed by over 30 years of trading and international experience. Our group company expertise includes:
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Livestock Breeding Services, Bird Exports, Export/Import, ... and fruit supply from China. World class breeding stock
We have been supplying to world markets a range of quality breeding stock for the past 30 years. This range includes Goats, Pigs, Cattle, Sheep, Horses, and Birds. We provide full testing, the organisation of isolation, and freighting services to ensure stock arrive in premium condition.
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Our track record in providing premium livestock, genetics, products and services is proven across international markets worldwide. These prompt professional services, and attention to detail, results in your total satisfaction. We offer an experienced team for embryo transfer and semen collection, purchase and delivery for cattle, sheep, goats and deer. We supply both domestically and internationally.
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International Consultancy Services - Prime Consulting International Ltd (A Jeffco Group Company)
Prime Consulting International Ltd is a professional consulting group offering specialised services to an international market, both locally and globally. We place a high value on business experience and proven results, so our people have been chosen from a wide variety of business backgrounds and generally have worked at senior level in their fields for a number of years. Prime Consulting is strongly outcome-driven and we seek long term business relationships with our clients, whereby we may be involved in the entire project or business lifecycle, providing specific input of expertise in focused areas where required.

26. Regional: Oceania: Australia: Queensland: Business And Economy: Livestock - Open
the entire directory, only in Business_and_Economy/Livestock Sheep. Queensland produces significant wool and meat from its sheep livestock.
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Cattle and Dairy Queensland cattle are important in providing a significant meat and dairy industry.
Sheep Queensland produces significant wool and meat from its sheep livestock.
Pigs The production of ham and bacon is important to Queensland.
Poultry Chicken, emu and duck are all marketed.
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27. Animal Health And Welfare Strategy For Great Britain: The Evidence Base: Page 2
as a result of the smaller herd/flock size since the 2001 FMD outbreak. Table 2.8.1 Number of cattle and sheep livestock units per hectare of forage
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Animal Health and Welfare Strategy for Great Britain: The Evidence Base
Chapter 2: Livestock keeping in Great Britain
2.1 General population trends 2.1.1 In June and December each year Defra, the Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department (SEERAD) and the Welsh Assembly Government (WAG) run surveys of agricultural holdings in Great Britain. Part of the information collected is on the number of livestock held on holdings. Changes in the population numbers can be due to a number of factors including product demand, prices, profitability, exchange rates, productivity, disease and agricultural policy. Figure 2.1.1 illustrates how the populations of cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry have changed since 1990. The number of cattle has been decreasing since 1996. Sheep populations have been falling since 1999 and pig populations have been declining since 1998. The effect of the Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) outbreak on cattle and sheep numbers can be seen in 2001. Figure 2.1.1: Trends in livestock populations in Great Britain since 1990 (June 1995 = 100).

28. SIEG Product: Historic Land-use Changes And Implications Of Management In A Smal
In July 1993, the sheep livestock was assessed to about a thousand individuals. Further reduction in the size of sheep livestock would provide the
Historic land-use changes and implications of management in a small protected island Géosystèmes (LETG UMR 6554 CNRS), Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer (UBO), Technopôle Brest-Iroise, 29280 Plouzané, France, Tel. 33.(0), Fax 33.(0), E-mail: Abstract. Keywords agricultural fallow, GIS, potentialities, sheep grazing, vegetation Introduction The study reported here deals with Ushant (Figure 1), a small protected island located off the western coasts of Brittany (France, 1550 ha, 48°28’N latitude, 5°5’ W longitude). The whole island has been exploited by man till the early years of the twentieth century. Then, since 1911 its demography has undergone a drastic fall which reduced its population from 2661 inhabitants in 1911 to about 1000 in 1999. This reduction went along with cultivation abandonment, and led to a nearly complete disappearance of crops (Brigand et al. 1990, This study is aimed at providing one with a better understanding of landscape dynamics while collecting data relevant for the environmental management of Ushant island. So, its specific objectives are: i) to analyse, especially in a quantitative way, the structure of rural landscape at three dates over the period 1844-1992, ii) to implement a comparative analysis of landscape structure changes and grazing pressure decrease, iii) to measure the spatial distribution of the present pastures and their relationships with vegetation and iv) to forecast the potential trends of landscape changes according to sheep livestock.

29. Beef Sheep Hog Livestock Breeders Community Brought To You By The Breeders' Worl
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30. St. Onge Livestock - Cattle & Sheep Sales Every Week
Offering weekly cattle sales in St.Onge and weekly sheep sales in Newell, South Dakota.
Cattle Sales at St. Onge, SD every Friday
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Current St. Onge Sheep Market Report Upcoming Horse Sales Video Market Report Cattle Market Reports for 1999 - 2005 Sheep Market Reports for 2000 - 2005 Horse Sale Reports October 9, 2005 OLD ROPING CATTLE SPECIAL For information, contact: St. Onge Livestock or Curt Olson at 605-642-2200 or 605-641-2855 Seth Weishaar at 605-892-2640 Gail Sohler, Owner Curt Olson, Cattle Yards Mgr. 605-642-8579 cell 605-641-2855 Barney Barns, Sheep Yards Mgr. 605-456-2582 cell 605-641-2333 Bob Anderson 605-347-2227 cell 605-641-1042 Sharon Freed, Office Mgr. 605-723-2929 cell 605-641-8493 Doug Dietterle, Auctioneer 605-892-2640 cell 605-210-1124 605-456-2400 cell 605-641-7100 Ron Frame, Fieldman

31. Livestock Handling Equipment, Sheep & Cattle Feeding Systems UK
Makers of livestock handling equipment including cattle and sheep feeding, handling and weighing systems. Castle Douglas.
Rancher Livestock Equipment
manufacturers of durable livestock handling equipment and sheep and cattle feeding systems
Rancher is based in south west Scotland, and all livestock equipment is delivered throughout the UK. Our motto: SIMPLE, SAFE and STRONG says it all. Our award winning livestock handling and feeding equipment is made to last; our designs are innovative and everything is tried and proven. Please visit our livestock equipment pages to view some of our more popular designs. Remember, if you want to know more about any of the equipment you see on our web site just contact us - we can't help you until we know you. Here are just three of our top selling products - livestock handling and feeding made easy ...
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32. Pedigree Suffolk Sheep - Livestock Sales
Sales of Registered and Unregistered Suffolk Rams and Females at Borderway Mart Carlisle during 2003.
Suffolk Society website pedigree sheep / SUFFOLK SALE DATES 2005 Carlisle
Dispersal Sale of the ESPLEY Registered Suffolk Flock
Monday 25th July
Special show and sale of pedigree Suffolk rams and females
Wednesday 3rd August
Annual collective show and sale of in-lamb females also ewe lambs
Friday 11th November
(Entries close Wednesday 12th October) Carlisle
SUFFOLK DISPERSAL SALES Monday 21st November Blackhall Flock Hareshaw Flock on behalf of Mrs GM Francis, Hareshaw Farm, Waterside, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire Solway Flock on behalf of Hardgrave Farm (Dumfries) ltd, Hardgrove, Carrutherstown, Dumfries Fieldhead Flock on behalf of Mr AM Leach, Owlers Farm, Shackleton Hill, Hebden Bridge, W.Yorkshire. (in conjunction with Michael Walton) Suffolk Sheep mailing list subscribe unsubscribe Simply enter your email address to receive notification emails, informing you when the Suffolk Sheep section has been updated with new sales fixtures, on-line sale catalogues, sale reports etc... Sale Reports In-lamb sale 19th November 2004 In-lamb Sale 5th Dec 2003 Wells Flock 14th Nov 2003 Janhaven Flock 17th May 2003 ... In-lamb Sale 6th Nov 2002 web this site home stock register ped dairy ped beef ... links Tel +44 (0)1228 590490 Fax +44 (0)1228 640901 info@livestock-

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34. Elders Livestock
Provides upto-date market reports and product information cattle, sheep, breeding, meat. Search for sales in Australia, locations and items.
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35. Sheep -  Livestock Statistics - Primary Industries - MAF - New Zealand
The identifier is Total sheep annual AGRA.SAEJZZZ. to all farm units on the AgriBase known to hold livestock and/or engage in grain/arable cropping.
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Total Sheep : As at 30 June
Table L6731:
Total Number
of Sheep Total Number
of Sheep
Source: Statistics New Zealand. Table compiled by Policy Information Group, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Notes:
  • This series is available on the INFOS database of Statistics New Zealand. The identifier is: Total Sheep: annual - AGRA.SAEJZZZ. Prior to 1971, the collection date was 31 January. From 1971-1993, Statistics New Zealand's collection covers all farms irrespective of size or location, used or potentially usable for commercial horticulture, vegetable growing, cropping, livestock or forestry operations. In 1994 the population definition changed to include only those persons or businesses deemed to be engaged in a farming or forestry activity that were registered for GST.
  • 36. Fencing At Greener Pastures Farm
    Photos, information, links to plans and literature on how to build your own fencing systems for sheep and other livestock provided by a small Washington farm.
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    Information on Building Farm Fences
    Shetland ewes and lambs with newly "planted" cedar and locust fenceposts.  Photo by Virginia Jemtegaard.  This was taken the year after our perimeter fencing was put up.  These newly planted posts are part of our network of crossfencing; we currently have 13 fenced paddocks on our little farm, not counting our orchard, berry patch and backyard, with plans to turn our largest paddock into 3 smaller ones sometime soon.
    Fortunately, pressure-treated posts are being phased out due to the fact that they are so toxic, but you still need to ask questions before you buy, as you don't want to get chemically-treated posts
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    Fences for the Farm

    Excellent website for farm fencing information.
    Has some great descriptions of various types
    of fencing, including life expectancy and costs.
    References are made to the climate in Georgia,
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    37. Australia Sheepcoats Sheepcovers Sheep Covers Sheep Blankets Coats Matilda Brand
    livestock Covers for sheep,Goats,Angoras Calves Alpacas. livestock wearing covers are more healthy ,breed better, and grow more expensive wool
    Matilda Brand Patent Design Livestock Covers for Sheep,Goats,Angoras Calves Alpacas Livestock wearing covers are more healthy ,breed better, and grow more expensive wool Tough Long Lasting Nylon material that breathes and grows soft clean wool, UV fortified. Elastic...... at sides, rear and neck. Left: Standard Cover Right:Maximiser Latest news...Wool bales sold for $675,000...maybe this man knows the secret to riches How to grow more Dollars using Covers ....FAQ Lambs In Covers Price List and Sizes all Agents for Australian Customers C lick H ere USA sales Direct in the USA C lick H ere All Other Countries Prices in US$ Euro Click Here Sheepcovers in Bolivia Dr Sue Hatcher State Agriculture Dept releases Ram Covers New Super Maximiser ....neck extension and rear flap Ram wearing Super Maximiser 10 Months Pictures of clean wool under a cover.... (see my undies) Correct fitting, Tips, Tricks and fitting horney Rams and Bucks Queensland grower gets top price now An Agent New South Wales growers get top prices See Newspaper article about growing the Finest wool using covers Do covers increase your wool price 55% using covers?

    38. Total Sheep -  Livestock Statistics - Primary Industries - MAF - New Zealand
    livestock Grain Crops Dairy sheep Total sheep. At 30 June. Source Statistics New Zealand. Graph compiled by Policy Information Group,
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    Total Sheep
    At 30 June
    Source: Statistics New Zealand. Graph compiled by Policy Information Group, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.
    Figures for 1997- 1998 and 2000-2001 are not available.
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    39. American Livestock Breeds Conservancy (ALBC)
    A nonprofit membership organization working to protect nearly 100 breeds of cattle, goats, horses, asses, sheep, swine and poultry from extinction.
    "...when the last individual of a race of living things breathes no more, another Heaven and another Earth must pass before such a one can be again."
    -William Beebe SPECIAL

    W elcome to the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy's Internet site. The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy is a nonprofit membership organization working to protect over 150 breeds of livestock and poultry from extinction. Included are asses, cattle, goats, horses, sheep, pigs, rabbits, chickens, ducks, geese, and turkeys. Founded in 1977, the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy is the pioneer organization in the U.S. working to conserve historic breeds and genetic diversity in livestock. We hope you'll browse through these pages and learn more about the diverse and valuable agricultural heritage that is ours to enjoy and to steward.
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    40. Sheep, Swine, Goats, Calves, Research, Biomedical, Animals, Livestock
    Domestic livestock to the biomedical research community.
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