In the light of changes in Government policy we are taking steps to get staff back onto farms.
We are now able to provide a service, for those clients that wish to use it. Contact your nearest technician for more details
Ultrasound scanning during Covid19 restrictions - Update 13th July 2020
Press Release: RamCompare Year 4 Results
Fourth-year results of the RamCompare project reveal how sires with key breeding traits can drive productivity and optimal new sire purchases.
The latest update shows a great spread of rams among the most recent lists of trait leaders. Signet Breeding Manager, Sam Boon, urges breeders to focus on those traits that deliver the greatest profit to their system, and source recorded rams with the right EBVs to deliver them.
Join AHDB and Samuel Boon and Bridget Lloyd for a webinar to reveal the latest RamCompare project results.
The webinar will:
RamCompare - The Countdown has started...
Rates of Genetic Gain Increasing
Genetic gain has markedly increased in the last 5 years according to a recent review of genetic progress within Signet’s sheep breeding programmes. Major improvement has been observed in each of the breed types recorded through Signet; namely the terminal sires, lowland maternal breeds and hill sheep.
Performance Recording during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
This article provides advice to breeders on recording their stock in the absence of ultrasound scanning data. New services have been developed to help breeders to supply data and promote livestock that are for sale
Update: 20th May 2020 - Scanning to resume for clients within 125 miles of a Signet Technician.
Accessing New Sheep Reports and Stationery
In the last 12 months our online reporting services have been completely updated. This news item has been written to inform Signet clients about over 25 brand new reports and search tools that they can generate in real time from the Signet website.
New Cataloging Service for Sheep Clients
As part of the developments associated with our new webpage "Sheep for Sale", Signet clients can now generate their own sale catalogues.
New CT Dates Announced
Genetics of lamb survival - Webinar 27th March 2020
Dr Forbes Brien is an Associate Professor with the University of Adelaide and an expert on the genetic influences on lamb survival, as well as research for the Australian wool industry on breech strike. He has also spent several years studying the impact of selection for growth and carcase traits upon the fatness of ewes and the resulting impact on their reproductive performance.
A Webinar will take place at 10am on Friday, 27th March to cover these topics.
Click here to book onto the Webinar