Contents tagged with anthelmintic resistance

4 October 2021

Anthelmintic resistance can be detected in flocks in a number of ways

28 June 2021

Join AHDB Beef and Lamb, Lesley Stubbings, independent sheep consultant and Philip Skuce, principal scientist at Moredun, for a webinar on liver fluke surveillance and control.

23 June 2021

Assessing and reducing pasture risk is a key element of a successful worm management plan.

23 June 2021

Guide to the key elements of a successful worm control plan.

23 June 2021

A quick guide to effective worm control in cattle.

10 January 2022

All grazing livestock are infected with gut worms, which they ingest from the pasture. These parasites need to be treated for the health of the animal and to maintain productivity. The main method of worm control is the use of drugs called anthelmintics, but parasites are rapidly becoming resistant to these drugs (like bacteria which become resistant to antibiotics).

25 October 2018

Internal parasites pose a significant threat to animal health and performance, however chemical treatments can lead to resistance developing in worm populations. The guidelines in this manual enable producers to maintain good worm control, while preserving the activity of wormers for future use

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