Your Sheep

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ISBN: 9781612123288
Release Date: 2012-12-26
Number of pages: 128
Author: Paula Simmons
Publisher: Storey Publishing

Download and read online Your Sheep in PDF and EPUB Whether you're getting your first sheep or would like to learn more about caring for and showing the sheep you have, Your Sheep has the information you need to be successful. Paula Simmons and Darrell Salsbury cover everything you need to know, from choosing and buying the right sheep to feeding, heath care, shearing, showing, breeding, and lambing.

Know Your Sheep

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ISBN: 1905523831
Release Date: 2008-03-01
Number of pages: 88
Author: Jack Byard
Publisher: Old Pond Publishing

Download and read online Know Your Sheep in PDF and EPUB From Downland to Longwool, from Dartmoor to Swaledale, the diverse breeds of sheep in Britain reflect local characteristics and geography. This book takes the reader alphabetically through 40 of the breeds which are the most likely to be seen on British farms.

Listening to Your Sheep

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ISBN: 9781467810784
Release Date: 2006-02-16
Number of pages: 116
Author: Wayne Perry
Publisher: AuthorHouse

Download and read online Listening to Your Sheep in PDF and EPUB “Did you see the way that guy acted at that meeting? I can’t believe someone would act that way in church!” If you have ever heard, or perhaps thought or said, something like this, Listening To Your Sheep is for you. Based on more than ten years of research, Listening To Your Sheep uses the common Biblical image of the people of God as “sheep” to describe the major types of people who are bound to be in every congregation. Not only does Dr. Wayne Perry describe the “sheep” and how they are likely to respond in common situations in a congregation, he also gives concrete advice the leaders of the congregation can use to work more effectively with these sheep. The book begins with some necessary background on listening skills and on the rules by which all human systems, from families to congregations to multinational organizations, operate. With this foundation in place, each succeeding chapters describes a particular kind of “sheep” which will be found in every religious body. Listening is indeed key to “diagnosing” each type of sheep. As the author points out, to “diagnose” actually means to “listen thoroughly.” Dr. Perry shows how to listen to the words and the actions of the people in the congregation to understand what type of “sheep” you are working with. Each chapter also shows what happens when this type of “sheep” become a shepherd, that is, when the sheep becomes a leader of the body. The results are often fascinating. All the more so because the practical suggestions Dr. Perry provides are based on research into and observations of many different religious groups. You are sure to “hear” someone you know in this book.

Breeding Stud Sheep

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ISBN: 9780643098695
Release Date: 2008-06-25
Number of pages: 144
Author: Murray Long
Publisher: Landlinks Press

Download and read online Breeding Stud Sheep in PDF and EPUB Breeding Stud Sheep shows how to establish and manage a successful sheep stud. All aspects of stud breeding are covered, including where and how to buy your sheep, selecting the right breeding stock for your stud, flock management, nutrition, disease control, lambing problems, showing sheep, promotion and marketing, and selling stud genetics. The detailed step-by-step strategies will give the reader the ability to develop alternative approaches that best suit their situation. It also explains how new initiatives such as performance recording, DNA testing and modern reproductive techniques can be integrated with the old, time-honoured traditions of sheep breeding. Profiles of highly recognised stud breeders are included, detailing how they started and the strategies they have used to grow their stud sheep operations over many years. This book will help new breeders avoid the pitfalls and mistakes that can occur when starting a new stud venture, and show how to succeed in what is ultimately a tough but very rewarding industry.

Thank You For Your Service Sheep

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ISBN: 9781479746613
Release Date: 2013-01-30
Number of pages: 32
Author: Carmela Snelbaker
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Download and read online Thank You For Your Service Sheep in PDF and EPUB Sheep live a quiet existance among us. Working as self-propelled lawn mowers and weed eaters, clipping invasive weeds, preventing the need for costly herbicides and gas-powered machinery. Did you know that in 1914 to 1921, during Woodrow Wilson's presidency, sheep grazed on the white house lawn? The flock helped with white house expenses during World War I by trimming the grass. The flock was sheared and almost 100 pounds of wool was auctioned off for the Red Cross. More than $50,000 was raised. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson were also shepherds they kept sheep at their private homes. The Jacket that James Madison wore the day that he was inaugurated was made out of the wool from the flock of sheep he raised on his private residence. In some areas sheep are used to help prevent wildfires. They are able to keep the vegetation down and create an effective firebreak. This is most effective where the wildlands meets urban communities. Also the wool that they produce is naturally flame resistant. Wool has often been used in the past as well as current day in blankets, bedding, mattresses, carpets, and protective clothing. Thank you for your service, sheep is a rhyming lyric of a number of other fun and interesting facts about sheep and the wool that they provide for us. I have also included photos and some information about a very special pet of mine that I liked to refer to as my therapy sheep.

Excellent Sheep

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ISBN: 9781476702728
Release Date: 2015-05-26
Number of pages: 256
Author: William Deresiewicz
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Excellent Sheep in PDF and EPUB A Yale professor and author of A Jane Austen Education evaluates the consequences of high-pressure educational and parenting approaches that challenge the mind's ability to think critically and creatively, calling for strategic changes that can offer college students a self-directed sense of purpose.

Talking Sheepdogs

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ISBN: 9781904871408
Release Date: 2008-12-15
Number of pages: 128
Author: Derek Scrimgeour
Publisher: Good Life

Download and read online Talking Sheepdogs in PDF and EPUB Accompanied by explanatory text, color photographs and illustrations 'Talking Sheepdogs' guides the reader from beginner stage to effective working sheepdog right through to supreme championship level using 'the Scrimgeour method of sheepdog training. With plenty of 'sheepdog dog' and ancedotes to make this book an enjoyable as well as information book Derek takes the reader through the special relationship, starting a pup, basic commands and driving, the good and bad moves, introducing the stop, good foundations and starting trialling making this the key reference for anyone wanting to training their sheepdog for farm work.

Living with Sheep

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ISBN: 1599216515
Release Date: 2007-02-01
Number of pages: 256
Author: Geoff Hansen
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

Download and read online Living with Sheep in PDF and EPUB As one of the most popular and beloved farm animals, sheep provide owners with myriad goods from soft wool to fine meat, and, of course, companionship. Living with Sheep contains a wealth of knowledge about raising and caring for a flock of sheep, and is written for the would-be farmer, experienced shepherd and those who simply love the animals and the outdoors. This complete guide covers choosing and acquiring a flock of sheep, how to feed and shelter, prevent illness and treat it if it occurs, handling the breeding and lambing process, gathering wool, and much more.

Sheep Hunting A to Z

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ISBN: 9780985272005
Release Date: 2012-03-20
Number of pages:
Author: Bill Rose
Publisher: Bill Rose

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How to Raise Sheep

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ISBN: 9780760345245
Release Date: 2014-01-15
Number of pages: 176
Author: Philip Hasheider
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)

Download and read online How to Raise Sheep in PDF and EPUB DIVIf you’ve ever envisioned keeping sheep in your own pasture, be it one or two hobby animals or a large flock, this book is the perfect place to begin. Backed by the National FFA Organization, our acclaimed series of How to Raise guides has helped countless first-time animal owners across the United States confidently care for their new companions. In this freshly updated second edition of How to Raise Sheep, author and farmer Philip Hasheider offers reliable guidance for getting started and going the distance. First, he walks you through all the basics on breeds, housing, fencing, feed requirements, breeding, lambing, showing, and marketing meat and wool. Then, he covers the various farming options (organic, sustainable, and conventional) so you can decide which approach best meets your needs. Accompanied by gorgeous instructional photography, How to Raise Sheep continues to be an essential primer for the newcomer to sheep care, with everything you need to know to raise a healthy, productive flock./div

Starting Or Expanding Your Sheep Flock

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ISBN: MINN:31951D02079650L
Release Date: 1989
Number of pages: 4

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Managing and Marketing Sheep Tools and Techniques for Every Shepherd

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ISBN: 9781310618932
Release Date: 2015-01-08
Number of pages: 37
Author: Darla Noble
Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books

Download and read online Managing and Marketing Sheep Tools and Techniques for Every Shepherd in PDF and EPUB Managing and Marketing Sheep - Tools and Techniques for Every Shepherd Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1 Getting Off to the Right Start Chapter 2 Feeding Ewes and Rams Chapter 3 Feeding Lambs Correctly Chapter 4 Let's Get Down to Business Chapter 5 Techniques and Tools for Marketing Conclusion Author Bio Introduction The keys to raising sheep for profit lie in management and marketing. Managing your flock to achieve optimal health, growth and productivity in the most cost-productive manner is absolutely essential if you wish to market your animals for the best possible price. Rather simplistic sounding, isn’t it? It can be—if you follow a few basic guidelines and remember: You can’t starve a profit out of your animals. No one has as much to gain or lose as you do from managing and marketing your flock, so no one should work as hard as you do. Both of these statements should be at the core of your business plan (yes, farming on even a small scale should be viewed as a business) and the purpose of this book is to help you a) get to that point or b) give you an ‘atta boy and a few ideas to take you to the next level of production and profit

Programmed Sheep

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ISBN: 9781622129034
Release Date: 2013-01
Number of pages: 166
Author: M. A. Fricker
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

Download and read online Programmed Sheep in PDF and EPUB Programmed Sheep is an adult comedy built on my observation that humans all behave like sheep. Therefore, we are treated as such by government, politicians, employers, and the police, who all control our lives. We are being programmed to think like they want us to think, taking away our free will, freedom of speech, and even our own identity. I think most of the problems of the world are a direct result of interference in our lives by people using propaganda and lies to control the way we do think, which in turn makes us unhappy “lost sheep.” And if we oppose them, they seem to just ignore us anyway and continue with their own agenda, regardless of what the people really want. So rather than following the flock as a mindless sheep, I wanted to break free and make readers aware of the world as I see it. The book starts when I was going through mental anguish and everything started to get me down. I was feeling low, depressed, and unappreciated as a worker, so I started a self-therapy exercise, and began to write down my thoughts. The question you should ask yourself is simple: Do you control your mind or does somebody else control it for you? In Programmed Sheep, M.A. Fricker in his comedy approach brings to the surface what he sees is really going on in the world, and helps stop you from just following the flock. He is working on the sequel, Paranoid Sheep.

A Beginner s Guide to Raising Sheep Don t Be Dumb About Raising Sheep Because They Aren t

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ISBN: 9781310144479
Release Date: 2015-01-10
Number of pages: 44
Author: Darla Noble
Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books

Download and read online A Beginner s Guide to Raising Sheep Don t Be Dumb About Raising Sheep Because They Aren t in PDF and EPUB The Basics of Raising Sheep - Don’t Be Dumb About Raising Sheep…Because They Aren’t Table of Contents Introduction Chapter 1: Being Prepared… it’s More than Just a Motto Chapter 2: Fencing Chapter 3: The Three Essentials—Food, Water and Shelter Chapter 4: I Pick Ewe Chapter 5: Hello, my Name is Shepherd Conclusion Author Bio Introduction Most people consider sheep to be cute, wooly…and dumb. These same people would be wrong. The truth of the matter is sheep are cute and wooly, but as for being dumb…while it is true that some breeds of sheep are less resilient than others and don’t do very well in the mothering department, the word ‘trusting’ is a much more appropriate adjective to describe these wonderful (yes, wonderful!) animals. There are a few other adjectives which aptly describe sheep: manageable, functional and profitable. Whether you have a couple of acres or a couple of hundred acres—sheep have much to offer in the way of an agricultural venture as long as you do it right. That’s where this book comes in. “I cannot tell you how many times I’ve turned people away wanting to buy sheep; telling them to come see me when they are actually ready to buy.” –Darla Noble That’s what this book is all about; getting you ready to raise sheep. Based upon the assumption that you’ve decided that’s what you want to do, we will tell you: *How to prepare yourself and your property to raise sheep *What you need to raise sheep *How to select sheep for your farm *The primary functions of a shepherd (that’s you!)

The Sheep Book For Smallholders

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ISBN: 9781904871644
Release Date: 2010-03-15
Number of pages: 320
Author: Tim Tyne
Publisher: Good Life

Download and read online The Sheep Book For Smallholders in PDF and EPUB This promises to be the only book on sheep you will ever need! Packed full of detailed information, The Sheep Book for Smallholders covers every aspect of keeping sheep on a small scale. Beginning with a brief overview of the sheep industry, and the rise and fall of the artisan shepherd, the author has logically divided the book up into the shepherd's calendar, so that the sheep keeper knows what to expect with each season. All aspects of looking after the flock are covered, including selection, culling, nutrition, housing, lambing, grassland management, ailments and prevention. There are also sections on home slaughter and butcher, and, uniquely, processing the byproducts, including the fleece and keeping sheep for dairying. Unusually, the book also has a section on training sheepdogs. Supported by stunning photography and clear illustrations, as well as huge and useful appendices. This is a welcome addition to the smallholder's bookshelf, and is going to be a reference classic in years to come.