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Home  >  Sheep and Goats  >   Tips for: Treating Internal Parasites (Summary)

Tips for: Treating Internal Parasites


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By Linda Coffey, NCAT Agriculture Specialist

Published: April 2015

Updated: n/a



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Internal parasites are a common health problem for grazing livestock, especially sheep and goats. There are a number of effective management practices to lessen the risk (see ATTRA’s Tips for Preventing Internal Parasites) and others that can reduce the need for treatments (see ATTRA’s Tips for Managing Internal Parasites). When those measures are not enough to prevent illness, however, producers will need to treat animals to bring them back to health. This tipsheet identifies ways to more effectively treat animals suffering from internal parasitism.

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