Are oestrogenic clovers affecting your ewe's fertility?

Keep fertile sheep: Learn more about identification and management of oestrogenic clovers at a Barossa oestrogenic clover workshop. Complete the survey to show your interest.
Keep fertile sheep: Learn more about identification and management of oestrogenic clovers at a Barossa oestrogenic clover workshop. Complete the survey to show your interest.

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Learn more about clovers: With thanks to the Barossa Improved Grazing Group for the following information. Go to biggroup.org.au to learn more.

Learn more about clovers: With thanks to the Barossa Improved Grazing Group for the following information. Go to biggroup.org.au to learn more.

Are oestrogenic clovers affecting your ewe's fertility?

Learn more about identification and management of oestrogenic clovers at a Barossa oestrogenic clover workshop.

Oestrogenic clovers are found across many pastures in the Barossa and surrounding areas.

They can cause huge infertility issues, predominantly in ewes who graze these pastures.

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The Mackillop Farm Management Group and AgKI with support from MLA and SheepConnect SA are undertaking a project, ‘Good clover, bad clover’, which will focus on upskilling producers on oestrogenic clover identification and the implementation of practices to improve lamb marking rates.

The first part of the project is a survey of producers to get an indication of the extent of oestrogenic clovers, potential impacts on fertility and producer knowledge about the issue.

If there is enough interest, there will be a workshop in the area, but you must complete the survey to attend at www.surveymonkey.com/r/Good_clover_Bad_Clover