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Home  >  Livestock and Pasture  >   Grazing to Control Parasites (Summary)

Grazing to Control Parasites



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By Dave Scott, NCAT Agriculture Specialist

Published: June 2018

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Introduction

The Barber Pole Worm has threatened sheep production in the eastern United States and has the potential to impact Intermountain West production as well. In fact, it already has.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Survival: Paddock Rest Periods of 40 Days
Tactical Position: Leave Behind Six to Eight Inches of Grass
Ingestion: Leave Before the Larvae Arrive
Graze to Control: The Sum is Greater than the Parts
Summary
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