Two "Northern Tablelands" commerical sheep producers (see eligibility below) will each go home with a $500 (*approximate retail value) container of drench.
Tridectin, provided courtesy of Virbac
Zolvix Plus, provided courtesy of Elanco
To be eligible for a giveaway, you must meet ALL the criteria below.
RSVP by 27 October (with name and contact details).
Attend whole workshop and be present at the draw at end of the workshop (approx. 3 pm).
Be 18 years old and over.
Run 500 or more sheep (any breed).
The sheep (500+) are run in the "Northern Tablelands". For this purpose, the Northern Tablelands includes areas of southern Queensland and extends from Bendemere, NSW in the south to Warwick, Qld in the north, east to the Great Dividing Range, and west to areas of about 500 m elevation.
Multiple people from one property are eligible, providing above points are also met.
Morning sessions (8.30 am to 12.30 pm)
The WormBoss program
Low worm-risk paddocks
New drench: The role for Zolvix Plus, by Peter Ramsey, Elanco Animal Health
MORNING TEA PROVIDED BY ELANCO ANIMAL HEALTH
Worms and liver fluke
Worm egg counting
Project participants’ use of WormBoss
LUNCH PROVIDED BY VIRBAC
Afternoon sessions (12.30 pm to 3 pm)
Using the Barbervax vaccine (plus Q&A session after workshop) by Fiona Macarthur
New drench: The role for Tridectin, by Terrance Loughlin, Virbac
The workshop is free, with morning tea and lunch supplied.
BYO chair and mug, but please RSVP in time.