Ultrasonic pregnancy scanning is a new technology that provides sheep farmers with information that can significantly improve flock performance. The effective use of this information requires participation from the scanner operators, consultants, scientists, veterinarians and company representatives. Farmer networks such as the Sheep Council and monitor farms also have an important role in maximising the benefits to individual farmers by sharing knowledge and experience on the management changes made possible by pregnancy diagnosis.
Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 59, , 101-102, 1999
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