The Lambing School is conducted as an educational event for new, beginning or veteran sheep or goat producers to
familiarize them with lambing or kidding procedures. The program will cover the critical production phases of late
gestation, lactation, and care of newborns. Topics will include: nutrition, reproduction, health considerations, lambing
barn obstetrics and necessary management practices. The Lambing School is designed for maximum "hands on"
experience and informal questions and discussion.
COST: $35.00 per person, includes morning coffee and donuts, lunch, and educational materials.
RESERVATION: Must be received by February 22, 2013. A maximum of 40 are accepted on a first come basis.
CONTACT: Dr. Mike Neary, Extension Small Ruminant Specialist, Purdue University