Parasites

Parasitism can rob you

One study shows that parasites could be affecting milk production -- up to 1,200 pounds per lactation in some cases. FULL STORY »

Parasitism and young calves

Parasitemia of the cow can reduce the amount of milk for the calf, and calves can be affected, too. FULL STORY »

Parasitism and young calves

Parasitemia of the cow can reduce the amount of milk for the calf, and calves can be affected, too. FULL STORY »

Parasitism and young calves

Parasitemia of the cow can reduce the amount of milk for the calf, and calves can be affected, too. FULL STORY »

Send parasites packing (Animal health)

Fall is a good time to deworm cows to protect winter performance, and the same applies for calves retained through the winter. FULL STORY »

Parasite control requires a plan

Real parasite control involves more than the administration of dewormers. Even with the advances in product efficacy, a thoughtful, rational strategy of their use is required to minimize the adverse affects of internal parasites. FULL STORY »

Parasite control

Deworming may be the most profitable task you can perform. FULL STORY »

The importance of controlling parasites

Research continues to find new ways to demonstrate it. FULL STORY »

External Parasites

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Internal Parasites

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Parasite protection boosts milk production

A study of 2,500 pasture-fed cows on nine Australian dairy operations found that parasite treatment increased milk production. FULL STORY »

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