Australia's resource for control of worms, flies and lice in sheep,and worms in goats
A drench is classed as ‘effective’ only when it reduces the worm egg count by 98% or more. At lower levels of efficacy, the worms on your property are drench-resistant.
Effective drenches, combination drenches and short-acting drenches are all practices which can help slow resistance.
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