Use of ewe pregnancy diagnosis (scanning) information, with Professor Paul Kenyon, Massey University

The first of this Beef + Lamb New Zealand Taranaki Farming for Profit Lifting Sheep Productivity series features Professor Paul Kenyon, Head of the Institute of Veterinary, Animal and Biomedical Sciences at Massey University.

Paul has led a considerable amount of sheep research focused on improving on-farm productivity and profitability and is a key contributor to many of B+LNZ’s resource booklets and factsheets.

In this podcast, Paul shares many of his insights and key performance indicators for a high-performance sheep system.

For more information, check out our resource book “Make every mating count” at: https://beeflambnz.com/knowledge-hub/PDF/making-every-mating-count

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