Ewe Scanning and Housing Sheep in Winter with Richard Smith and Bob Tofield at Daylesford Farm

In this month’s Agricology vlog, Richard Smith talks to us about scanning 1,200 Lleyn sheep at Daylesford Organic Farm with Bob Tofield. He looks at how the quality and quantity of rationing is managed according to the results of the scan. He also talks about the benefits of shearing and housing his sheep in the winter…

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