Sheep use B supermachines in sheep breeding techniques

Source:DaWei Date:2017-06-15

  The sheep only have several advanced breeding techniques, hormone treatment. Sheep after checking with ultrasound machine, in the ewe body condition and body condition is good, can through the artificial to medicine prompted young ewe and estrus ewes performance, a lack of and form the normal estrus cycle. In general, ewes tend to take the drug progesterone and vaginal suppository. The sheep's follicles can then be seen by using a B supermachine.
Sheep use B supermachines in sheep breeding techniques
  The lamb was early weaning. Lamb started weaning in about 2 months after birth, shortening ewes lactation, prompting its restorative cycle as soon as possible, thus early rutting, sheep ovarian follicles observed by ultrasound machine, breeding in time, make the lambing interval significantly shortened, achieve the goal of 2 of 3 tires. The timing of the early weaning depends on different production needs and the different levels of lamb management. For a two-child female sheep, the lamb will be weaned at about 0.5 to 1 month after birth. For the female sheep with 5 years of birth, the weaning should be done from 1.5 to 2 months after giving birth. A female sheep with a birth rate of 3 years, weaned between 2.5 and 3 months after giving birth. In addition, the early age of the female sheep can be appropriately brought forward, and the number of lambing the mother sheep will increase significantly.
  Artificial insemination. Through the use of the equipment to take the ram of the good kind of sperm, sperm into recycling equipment will take on estrus ewes reproductive tract, so as to replace the traditional method of natural mating ewe. Through artificial insemination, can enlarge the utilization of thoroughbred ram, the ram the decrease in the number of breeding, reduce hours cost, artificial insemination in sheep with ultrasound machine monitoring; It can also be arranged in a centralized way, and the concentration of the lamb is concentrated, so that the lamb's age is more orderly and is conducive to the management of the breeding.