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The Toxoplasma article from last month has been repeated as an incorrect link was provided.
Arthur Le Feuvre
by Lewis Kahn, Executive Officer, ParaBoss
Can partial flock treatment be successfully used to slow drench resistance in barber's pole worm areas, where the risks are sheep mortality, rather than just body or fleece weight loss? >> Read more.
from the FlyBoss web site
How did your flock fare this summer with flystrike? With the fly season almost finished, now is a good time to review your annual flystrike management plan to ensure strike is controlled, but that you are not doing unnecessary prevention. >> Read more.
from the LiceBoss web site
Withholding periods are mandatory with all registered veterinary products used to treat sheep for worms, flies or lice. These periods have been developed to indicate when the chemical residue that remains in or on meat and wool products will not exceed the maximum residue limit. >> Read more.
by Virginie Barrere
Seeing my face that morning, my doctor decided to prescribe me a blood test. “While we’re doing this”, he said, “We’ll look for Toxo." >> Read more.
This 3-question quick quiz tests your knowledge of sheep parasites and their control. >> Take the quiz