Shepherd’s Seminar: Coating Sheep For Fleece Quality

About Shepherd’s Seminar: Coating Sheep For Fleece Quality

Year-round coating of sheep is an increasingly popular option for those wishing to optimize desirable fleece qualities. This presentation and discussion will illuminate the potential advantages and disadvantages, costs, potential pitfalls and the range of management issues involved. Lee Langstaff (Shepherd’s Hey Farm) will share her 15 years of experience coating sheep for prized fleeces, highlighting the practical whys and hows of coating sheep year-round. This presentation is for wool producers looking to optimize income from fleeces, or to produce beautiful wool for their own use, or for those wanting to know what to expect and/or look for when evaluating a coated fleece for purchase. Presentation and discussion up to 90 minutes.

Age Range

All Ages


$5.00

When

Single session on Tuesday, April 27, at 7 pm ET | 4 pm PT | 23:00 UTC.

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Apr
27th
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM EDT
Shepherd’s Seminar: Coating Sheep For Fleece Quality

How It Works

Register and enroll above. All donations from this session will go to The Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival. Enrolled students will receive an immediate email confirmation of enrollment, and on the day before the seminar, a reminder with Zoom link to join the class via email. Students will also be able to join the Zoom sessions from their Lessonface dashboard. Students can connect to Zoom using a tablet or computer with reliable internet. To actively participate online students also need a webcam with microphone. The class is covered by the Lessonface Guarantee.


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