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State three practices carried out during tupping season in sheep management.

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  1. Ringing-removal of wool around the penis sheath.
  2. Crutching-Removal of wool around the anus and vulva.
  3. Flushing-providing high quality feeds/concentrates of sheep a few days to mating.
  4. Raddling-Application of colored paste/tupping paste on the underside of the ram so that it leaves the color on the ewe it mounts.
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