The best length is where a healed tail just covers the tip of the vulva in ewe lambs. This gives the least flystrike risk, less skin cancer and less arthritis. >> Read more: Article 1 (pdf) and Article 2.
by Lewis Kahn, ParaBoss Executive Officer
Under dosing can increase drench resistance, but overdosing won’t overcome the problem once present. When choosing drenches, use the three important principles to slow development of drench resistance. >> Read more.
from the FlyBoss web site
A wetter than normal spring in many regions will result in more fleece rot this year. Use the opportunity before your next joining to class out ewes with the most fleece rot, to make your flock less susceptible to flystrike. >> Read more.
from the LiceBoss web site
Dipping about-to-lamb ewes is very risky, but backline products take weeks to be effective, and in the meantime, lice can transfer to newborn lambs then back to the ewes when their treatment wears out. The LiceBoss Ewe-Lamb Tool can help you decide on treatment options. >> Read more.