Ewes are challenged with 70% of the foetal growth in the last 60 days of pregnancy, placing increased demands on energy in the diet coupled with their own requirements can lead to metabolic issues such as Pregnancy Toxaemia.
Low blood calcium levels during this period also have detrimental effects on milk production and lamb survival rates potentially resulting in losses through Milk Fever (Hypocalcaemia). None of this is new information, in fact we are all aware of the traps, sometimes it just takes another set of eyes, a phone call or some cost-effective tools to assist.
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