Parasites

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 »

Crushing the resistance (Parasite Control)

Rotating the type of insecticide used to control horn flies on cattle is the most important step you can take to control the horn fly resistance.
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Parasite safe pastures

Strategic deworming cleans your pastures and your cattle of profit-robbing parasites. FULL STORY »

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