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indoor

strictly in a human dwelling; more widely includes an animal dwelling.

indoor environment
the physical, social and psychological environment within a human dwelling that can influence the health of a companion animal. See also environment.
indoor lambing
see shed lambing.
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Ultimately the family's aim is move from indoor lambing to a 365-day outdoor grazing system.
Thanks to the building's flexibility, cattle can be housed in the silage area during the spring, freeing up space for indoor lambing.
And farmers are being urged to prepare for the lambing by having all the necessary equipment and colostrum supplies easy to hand, ensuring they have sufficient labour (one person per 250 ewes indoors or 350-600 ewes outdoors), and making sure they have enough indoor lambing pens (one per 8-10 ewes) and a hospital area for problem ewes and lambs.
Tupping is staggered so the flock lambs over one month from March 20 to maximise use of the indoor lambing shed.
Indoor lambing must be completed before calving gets underway, and pure-bred lambs average 40kg-42kg going to market.

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