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July 2013 news

Arthur Le Feuvre, Editor.

It appears that a small goat farm in New Zealand will be honoured with the title of first in the world to breed worms resistant to Zolvix (monepantel).

That’s really something – particularly as Zolvix is not registered for use in goats.

 On the property in question, the drench was used continually since it became available – something like 17-18 times. Predictably, resistance was also present to all older drench groups.

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