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|greenpup||Posted 06/15/12 02:08AM Changed 00/00/00 12:00AM|
|so i have 1 suffolk lamb that weighs 130lbs. and i have a dorset lamb that weighs 110lbs.
they were both born on Feb. 2nd 2012
my fair isnt until the end of july.
i am feeding them 13lbs per day of their grain plus they have aall they want hay from their own haybale. they are gaining weight really fast and i dont want to limit them back on feed as i am scared tht they will get skinny do you think that they need to get less feed.
|Kyhampbreeder||Posted 06/15/12 06:52AM Changed 00/00/00 12:00AM|
|No one can tell you on the internet how to feed a particular lamb. No one has seen them, no one knows the variables of genetics, climate ,type of feed , etc.
13 pounds of feed for 240 pounds of lambs is certainly within normal suggested feeding amounts.
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