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Tag Archives: sheep nutrition
Spring Happenings at Squam Farm
By Connie Helstosky, NCF Sheep Grazing Project Technician Greetings from Squam Farm! This past fall I made the decision to not breed the ewes. Therefore, there will be no lambs this year out at Squam Farm. I do look forward … Continue reading
Posted in Sheep Tagged botany, Department of Science and Stewardship, Nantucket sheep, sheep grazing, sheep nutrition, sheep shearing 1 Comment
Where do the NCF Sheep Spend the Winter?
The Nantucket Conservation Foundation maintains a flock of sheep at Squam Farm as part of our conservation efforts. You can read more about how effective sheep can be as a grassland management tool in our previous blog. During the growing … Continue reading
Posted in Sheep Tagged lambs, local hay, Nantucket, Sheep, sheep nutrition, Squam Farm Leave a comment