APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
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Excerpted from a speech given by Mr. Rupert Martin to the International Congress of Black and Coloured Sheep Breeders
Sheep Magazine -Jan.-Feb. 2003
This page was last updated on: October 26, 2008
Redwood Cellars, Nelson, New Zealand, states that: Farmers who regularly use apple cider vinegar as part of their animal health program, have noted a significant reduction in bearing problems at lambing and improvements in overall health & condition. Many farmers have commented on the reduction in "wool break" as part of an overall improvement in the colour and yield of their wool.
Sheep farmers have reported greatly reduced incidents of fly-strike because their animals are cleaner.
Here's a great tip: Dosing with 20mls apple cider vinegar at 7 & 5 days before and on the day of slaughter, reduces the mutton smell during cooking.