Do you want the best lambing percentage possible from your flock?
Are you having trouble with the impacts caused by rabbits, foxes or wild dogs? Do you want to understand what else may be affecting your lamb survival?
Join Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin for a free breakfast and a workshop to find out about best practice pest management techniques and fox bait distribution days.
Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin District Officer Russell Norman said the workshops have been designed to provide health tips and assist landholders improve lamb survival rates. It is about making every lamb count this season, particularly if landholders are looking to rebuild stock numbers.
“The workshops which commence at 7.00 am and finish at 11.00am will discuss pest and predator management techniques, bait types available and equipment for hire with plenty of time for questions.
“Workshop participants will also have the opportunity to watch a lamb autopsy undertaken by PIRSA, which can be a useful tool to help determine what may be the primary cause of lamb deaths.” he said.
RSVP to Steve Baltussen on mobile 0427 808 205 or Josh Rosser on mobile 0427 716 210.
Date: Thursday, February 14, 2019
Time: 7:00 am - 11:00 am
Venue: Coomandook Uniting Church
3223 Dukes Hwy
Coomandook, SA, Australia