Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

31 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

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. A CONVENIENT TIME FOR LIMING.

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QUERIES ANSWERED.

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ROOTS NOT ENOUGH.

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ROOTS NOT ENOUGH. Turnips, swedes, or other roots, of them- selves, do little more than keep sheep growing, and in cold weather will not do this; some extra food is needed, especially when the roots are not well matured. Any dry food, provided it is sufficiently tempting to induce sheep to eat it, is good, whether it be hay, pea haulm, or chaff from a mixture which some farms supply, such as pea haulm, cloverseed haulm, oat straw, etc. When the weather becomes very cold, and the roots are frosted, sheep will naturally eat a large quantity of dry food, but they may be induced to eat by making it more tempting. Meals, dessicated grains, malt combs, and fenugreek are all well suited to induce animals to eat more, and, apart from fenugreek, which is merely attractive from its aromatic odour, they add to the feed value. Sheep can be got to eat plain oat straw chaff if it is mixed with some of the above substances, which they cannot separate in the trough. Cakes, unless ground to a meal, can be picked out, as can whole corn. At the same time, cakes are valuable foods-in fact, some think, indispensable.

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