Kenyon et al. (2004) revealed via a survey, that a major reason why New Zealand farmers do not breed ewe hoggets (7-9 months old) is perceived detrimental effects on two-tooth breeding live weight, resulting in reduced two-tooth reproductive performance. Kenyon et al. (2008) confirmed this by showing hoggets that lambed had reduced two-tooth live weight and condition score at breeding. A potential means of minimising any potential negative effects on... Continued

FJ, Mulvaney, ST Morris, PR Kenyon, DM West, and PCH Morel

Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 69, Christchurch, 68-70, 2009
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