Scientists uncover benefits in split joining system

By Rowena McNaughton
Updated January 5 2016 - 3:49pm, first published September 29 2009 - 2:36pm
Flexible low risk farming: Dr Michael Friend, Charles sturt University senior lecturer in livestock at the univeristy's Wagga Wagga trial site.
Flexible low risk farming: Dr Michael Friend, Charles sturt University senior lecturer in livestock at the univeristy's Wagga Wagga trial site.

SHEEP producers using a Split Joining system in variable seasons have a better chance of getting lambs to target sale weights than systems with a single joining time, by being able to utilise pasture.

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