Lifetime Ewe Management - Western Australia
Course duration: 12 months, 6 x 1 day hands-on sessions per year with 5-7 producers
Training location: State wide
Entry requirements: There are no entry requirements for this course
Study area: Sheep
Key topics covered
The principles and practices of LTEM
Preparing the ewe for joining
The impacts of ewe nutrition in early to mid-pregnancy
Managing lambing "The fruits of your labour"
Putting it all together - the principles, practices and outcomes
Full cost - $2,200 per participant
Australian Wool Innovation subsidy (for eligible wool growers) - $1,077 per participant
Cost to participant - $1,123 (per individual)
About the course
The Lifetime Ewe Management program runs over the 12 month weaning to weaning cycle. The timing of each meeting is linked to critical stages in the management of the ewe' reproductive cycle. All sessions involve a visit to each participant's farm and focus on condition scoring, pasture assessing and feed budgeting activities that are practical and applicable to the farm business.
The program also focuses on improving producer understanding of the influence ewe nutrition has on the performance of the ewe and her progeny.
The Lifetime Ewe Management workshop provides a pathway for you to develop a successful and productive animal production system.
RIST WA Coordinator
Brydie Creagh, Ph: (08) 9892 8470 or
Ph: 0400 814 306
c/- 444 Albany Highway, Albany, WA 633