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Australia's resource for control of worms, flies and lice in sheep,
and worms in goats

New South Wales
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Conditions have generally remained dry across much of NSW and temperatures are on the rise. Ewes and lambs in poor condition are at risk of parasitism by worms, flies and lice if rain falls.

Victoria
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Seasonal conditions in the south west have been fantastic, but now is the time to monitor lambs for worm burdens every 3 weeks and ewes every 5 weeks.

Queensland
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Seasonal conditions are dry, but worms are still active.

Western Australia
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Worm control will have to be especially good this springtime as sheep in most districts are generally in lighter condition and have less resistance and tolerance to worms.

Tasmania
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Two things have happened in the last month: ewe egg counts have blown out in the run up to lambing, and egg counts in merino hoggets have gone through the roof.

South Australia
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Rainfall averages are up and great for production, but there is also an increase in the risk of disease and parasite burdens.