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The Society has launched the above scheme with full details available on pages 95 - 100 in the 2015 Society handbook.

The Breed Development Committee has put together the scheme with the objective for breeders to identify their most productive ewes hence giving you more information to help you decide which ewes to keep for replacements and which to consider for culling. The long term goal is for the breeder to increase the productivity of their flock. With increased numbers of breeders undertaking the scheme the effects should be felt further with an increased productivity across the breed. By increasing productivity and better still backed up by figures, we could have a strong marketing tool for the future.

The scheme is very much voluntary but the Society encourages breeders to take part.

See full details of the scheme including case studies [Here]

See the LLEYN GOLD WEBSITE www.lleyngold.com


Based on weighing lambs at 8 weeks and ewes at weaning

Performance Efficiency = weight of lambs Ă· weight of ewe

Data gathered on-farm by the breeder, for the breeder.

Only the Flock Average figure to be sent to the Society.

The Society will produce flock average figures for breeders’ information
and promotions, i.e. overall; regional; lowland/upland/hill.

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If as a breeder you are interested in taking part in the scheme please notify Heather Stoney-Grayshon by email promotions@lleynsheep.com or telephone 079666 99930




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