by Deb Maxwell, Operations Manager, ParaBoss
by Jane Lamb, Invetus
INVETUS (formerly VHR + Vetx) is Australia’s largest veterinary research organisation offering a wide range of diagnostic services to the grazier to support animal production and integrate with farm management. See how INVETUS can assist you. >> Read more.
from the FlyBoss web site
Many producers already use Tri-Solfen®, but there are also two other pain relief products available—Metacam® and Buccalgesic®—for sheep management procedures. >> Read more.
from the LiceBoss web site
Lice can live off sheep, but how much of a risk does this pose? >> Read more.
from the WormBoss web site
Not all goats that are losing weight, weak and lethargic are suffering from worms, or they may be suffering from worms as well as another disease condition. Goats may become heavily parasitized because they already have a chronic debilitating disease that affects their immune system, or their ability to graze or absorb nutrients. >> Read more.
This quick quiz tests your knowledge of sheep parasites and their control.
1. What signs are associated with the disease Coccidiosis, which can affect both sheep and goats?
2. What three pain relief products are registered for use in sheep to provide relief during various management procedures?
3. How would you determine whether a long wool treatment for lice is warranted?
4. What online tool can you use to assist your day to day drenching decisions of your goats?