Postpartum ewes gradually increased their milk production, peaked at 4 to 6 weeks postpartum, and began to decline at 14 to 16 weeks. In the pre-lactation period, the ewes maintain their milk production through the rapid use of body fluids, and their energy and protein needs are high. At this time, it is the fastest growing period of lambs. Two weeks after birth, the lamb is also an important period for the secondary hair follicles to continue to develop. In raising and management, it is necessary to try to increase the amount of milk produced. Ewes should increase the amount of concentrate feed during the 4-6 weeks postpartum and feed more succulent feed. Feeding lactating ewes can be fed in groups of single and double lambs, single lambs can be fed 0.5 kg of mixed concentrates, silages can be 1.0-1.5 kg, and hay.
2.0 kilograms, carrots 0.3-0.5 kilograms; on the production of double lambs ewes daily feed volume increased to 0.6-0.7 kilograms.
In the second trimester of lactation, the ewe's lactation ability gradually declines. Even if you increase the amount of supplements, it is difficult to reach the milk production in the pre-lactation period. Lambs have begun to eat grass and feed at this time, and their dependence on breast milk has decreased. From 3 months of age, breast milk can only meet 5% to 10% of lamb nutrition. At this time, the feeding of ewes can be cancelled and the feeding is completed. During the week before the lamb is weaned, the ewes should be reduced in amounts of succulent, silage, and concentrate to prevent mastitis.
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