Heat stress has impact on ewe, ram reproduction

Alisha Fogden
By Alisha Fogden
Updated June 15 2022 - 9:17am, first published 6:42am

HEAT stress during gestation in ewes has the potential to reduce fertility in the lead up to joining and restrict lamb growth, according to thermoregulation research under way at the Turretfield Research Centre.

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Alisha Fogden

Alisha Fogden

senior journalist, cropping editor at Stock Journal

Journalist at Australian Community Media newspapers since 2007.

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