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Common Diseases in Sheep & Goats

Growing & Finishing Show Lambs & Goats

Vaccines & Dewormers

Sheep & Goat Nutrition

Tips for Trimming Hooves

Dairy Management

Mineral Supplements for Sheep & Goats

Grazing Management

PNW Sheep Industry Update

Improving Irrigated Pasture

Pasture Sampling for Small Ruminants

Records Are Your Proof

Lamb and Goat Meat for Success

Ram Management Considerations

Genetic Improvements Ewe & Doe Selection

  • Early season breeding of sheep & goats — Video
  • Biosecurity & disease management for sheep & goats — Video

  • Pre-breeding management: Get your bases covered! — Video

  • Enterprise budgets sheep & goat farm management — Video

  • Breed selection for sheep or goat operations — Video

  • Feeder lamb marketing and management considerations — Video

  • (Fall) Pasture management — Video

  • Analyzing hay & balancing rations for winter feeding sheep & goats — Video

  • Optimizing reproductive efficiency in sheep production with strategic nutritional management — Video

  • Lamb finishing weights and carcass quality — Video

  • Parasite management in the intermountain west — Video

  • Introduction to owning dairy goats & sheep — Video

  • Livestock guardian dogs: Are they a good fit for your operation? — Video

  • Winter feeding strategies for sheep & goats — Video

  • Functional shed lambing systems: Infrastructure, management and health — Video

  • Flock health management: Fine tuning vaccination programs — Video

  • Coccidia management in sheep and goats — Video

Sheep budget | Excel |

  • 1,000-head, April lambing on range, lambs sold as feeders (SR1-14) | PDF |
  • 1,000-head, April lambing on range, lambs sold as fat lambs (SR2-14) | PDF | 
  • Ewes on pasture, lambs on drylot, 100-head (SF1-14) | PDF | EXCEL |

Dairy Goat budget | Excel |

  • 200-head Goat Dairy in Southcentral Idaho (GD-18) | PDF |