WEBINAR SERIES: 20 minutes to save 20 hours - tips for sheep health west of the Newell
Welcome to our webinar series: 20 minutes to save 20 hours - tips for sheep health West of the Newell.
Over the next couple of months, North West Local Land Services District Veterinarians Shaun Slattery (based in Narrabri) and Justine McNally (based in Moree) will be bringing you a series of five quick, 20 minute webinars to get you set up for summer.
Grab your lunch and a coffee and sit down and listen to a brief overview and a practical strategy any sized producer can implement to save time and money this summer.
You can now register for our first session.
First session:The Bare Basics for Summer Worm Control When:12.30pm - 1pm, Friday 10 September 2021
In this first session, Shaun and Justine are going to explain the situation we are facing this spring and summer with worms; the basic strategies you can follow to avoid deaths, production losses and chasing your tail with emergency drenching. This includes how to set and forget for the grain harvest period.
In 20 minutes, we will give you the simple steps required to tackle this summer's looming worm issue, with the aim of saving you hours of extra sheep work over the summer.
Additional sessions to come over the next couple of months, include:
Spring lamb marking - kill two birds with one stone
Five tips at weaning - help maximise production with simple strategies
Classing - who Ewe need to expel
Ram selection - the five Ts.
Registration details for future sessions coming soon!
For more information, contact Justine McNally, District Veterinarian with North West Local Land Services on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0428 299 133.
If you can’t join in real time we still encourage you to register and you will receive a recording of the webinar emailed directly to you an hour after the conclusion of the webinar to watch at your own convenience.