ParaBoss Sheep, Goat and Camelid Parasite Management Conference.
17 August 2018, Melbourne
This is for professional advisors and researchers:
Vets, researchers, industry consultants, extension staff, pharmaceutical company technical staff, anaimal health specialists, WEC laboratory staff. >> More information.
State Outlooks for May 2018
Much of the country is still very dry although south west Victoria is enjoying good pastures. Scour worms are likely to increase in numbers over the coming cold months and there will be a corresponding decrease in barber’s pole incidence. Even in dry seasons worms can still be an issue.
Read more about the reasons why in Dr Brown Besier’s report for Western Australia.
Extremely dry conditions persist over much of the region. In areas that have had rain, scour worms are expected to increase in numbers over the coming winter months, and after the first frosts liver fluke control can be applied.