Sheep is an animal we often see in normal times. It has many varieties, and black goats are one of them. And now there are more and more people who breed black goats. Why is this? Mainly because its meat quality is better than the average goat meat, and the protein is very rich, this lamb can also play the role of beauty. Before breeding, we need to understand the captive technology. Let’s take a look!

Why do we choose to breed black goats? In fact, it has many advantages. This flock grows very fast, and when it is captive, there is no need to go outside to find the fodder, the amount of activity is reduced, and it does not consume a lot of energy. Because eating a lot of feed can ensure the growth of lamb, so if you raise the right, it will not only improve efficiency, but also have good value when sold in the market.

There is still a difference between captivity and stocking. When we put sheep, we may have a larger range of activities, which will speed up the energy consumption of them. It may need to eat a lot of forage to supplement, but the way of captivity is different, it is raised in a range. Relatively small, but the facilities are relatively complete, the range of activity of the flock is so little, and does not consume a lot of energy when eating, so the weight of the entire flock will be raised.

A captive black goat will rarely get sick if it is only exposed to the sun, and the lamb produced will also survive very quickly. In the case of stocking, various factors will exist. Some grasses that have not been sterilized may be eaten by the sheep. This may cause some diseases. If the pregnant ewes may also infect the sheep, they will survive. The odds are also relatively small. As long as we are in captivity, they are exposed to clean resources, which will increase the overall demand, and the survival rate is as high as 99%.

What problems do you need to pay attention to when you are in captivity? The allocation of sheep houses should be based on the number of black goats, and it is better to divide the sheep and lambs separately when they are divided into sheep houses, which is more convenient when feeding feed or management. In order to make them improve their immunity when building sheep houses, we must always let them out. You can build a sports place nearby, and the area can be returned as long as it is about three times larger than the sheep house. It is necessary to build walls to prevent them from escaping.

Inside, we can also prepare some utensils for eating and drinking. When building a sheep house, we must pay attention to the impact of seasonal changes on the environment in the sheep house. First of all, the summer is hot, the air in the sheep house is not very circulated, it is easy to cause bacterial parasitism. At this time, it needs frequent ventilation and ventilation, and it is also necessary to clean and disinfect the sheep house. What we are most concerned about is that they breed, because proper breeding of lambs can increase their yield.

When the ewes are 8 months old, we can breed them. It is best to have a candidate for the first child in April, and a lamb can be born in September. Natural breeding of animals is still relatively good, so we don’t want to artificially breed them in an emergency. Ewes usually give birth to lambs in about 5 months, and their bodies will change a lot. Specifically, the action is slow, the breasts are rosy and I usually look at my abdomen.

In normal times, we must prepare enough food for them. In the spring and summer, we can feed more grass, or ask some corn slag. When the grass is scarce in winter, we can also feed the wheat grass to solve the food. Insufficient phenomenon, the water they drink should be clean, because most of the food they eat is not conducive to digestion, if you do not drink water all day, it will have a negative impact on their bodies.

Today’s content is here. In fact, when we raise black goats, we must pay attention to cleaning and disinfection. The discharged sheep manure should be cleaned regularly, otherwise it will nourish bacteria. When the ewe is pregnant or is about to be produced, it must be separated from the flock and placed in a separate sheep house for careful feeding. This is also an important factor in ensuring the increase in the number of flocks.