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AWEX EMI 1107 -18
Micron 17 1612 -38
Micron 18 1465 -37
Micron 19 1361 -14
Micron 20 1298 -27
Micron 21 1276 -18
Micron 22 1275 -12
Micron 26 564 +3
Micron 28 385 -5
Micron 30 340 -5
Micron 32 288 -2
MCar 690 -16

Nutrition

Understanding the nutritional needs of your sheep is essential to ensure your rams perform, your ewes join and recover in optimal condition, your lambs survive, your weaners thrive, and your wool cut is of high quality and quantity. Use the wide range of tools and resources available to help optimise nutrition across your flock.

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