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    Question Question for the sheep farmers

    How do you record what ram goes to what ewe in what year?
    does any body have a excel spreadsheet template they use that you could send me?
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    Shit Splash you're getting a bit complicated there brother, some people use a "ram raddel harness" to mark the ewes but thats about as far as my "old school" knowledge goes mate
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    Just look for the family resemblance in the lambs. They generally have the ram's eyes. OK I know, fuck off Rushy.
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    Yup I used a spreadsheet when I worked on a stud farm. Just wrote it myself, looking for it now but cannot find it. There are farming organizational programmes out there but they can be expensive

    Handy to include the birth weights, number of lambs born, weaning weights, any difficulties lambing, fleece weight as a hogget etc..

    Link everything back to a reference sheet so you can find things easily

    Edit: organise with ewe number in column A and make a new sheet for each year.

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