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Home  >  Sheep & Goats  >   Managing Internal Parasites: Success Stories (Summary)

Managing Internal Parasites: Success Stories


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By Linda Coffey, NCAT Agriculture Specialist

Published: April 2015

Updated: n/a



8 pages

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In this publication, three sheep and goat producers explain in their own words how they manage internal parasites using combinations of animal selection and pasture management. The producers share strategies for maintaining a healthy herd. Further resources are provided.

Table of Contents

Paul Casey: The “Silver Bullet” of Worm Control in Small Ruminants
Dave Scott: Silver Bullet, Seconded
Dr. An Peischel: Twenty Years and Counting
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