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Stanislav Adamov, a farmer, spoke about his experience of family breeding of sheep, pigs and cattle.
This experienced farmer keeps about 250 weaned sheep, while lambs are sold for breeding. As Stanislav explains, last year was difficult, because the purchase was weak.
They do not keep pastures, but every morning they give a meal and a clover that they raise to the sheep themselves, while in the afternoon they give a meal and silage. Quality sheep need quality food the most, and most of them take care of their health on their own.
In addition to sheep, this family also keeps sows, feeds piglets that are pollinated, and then sells them for further fattening. They sell their cattle to two slaughterhouses, they are satisfied with the price and payment and, as Stanislav says, they will not change them.
They also work about 80 acres of land, which they use for themselves, and leave the surplus goods in warehouses, so they sell when needed.
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