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4-H sheep project [1989] Public Deposited

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  • Welcome to the 4-H Sheep Project. You are joining an industry that returns millions of dollars to farmers each year, and caring for one of the oldest domesticated farm animals. Wool has been used for clothing since the days of the earlier settlers, and flocks of sheep have supplied both food and fiber throughout the history of our country. You will gain valuable experience and training for a career in sheep production, and you'll have fun doing it. Your 4-H sheep project will provide an opportunity for you to learn: ► To select and raise sheep. ► To accept responsibility by caring for your own animal. ► To develop business ability by managing your own business. ► To keep and use records. ► To learn how animals live and produce their young. ► To develop proper feeding, insect and parasite control, and proper management of sheep.
  • Revised July 1989. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog
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  • Illustrations on pages 38 and 39 reproduced with permission from Sheep Housing and Equipment Handbook, MWPS-3, 3rd edition, 1982. Midwest Plan Service, Ames, IA 50011.
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