Dosing sheep in Ireland - new challenges, new solutions

Taylor, Mike
September 2012
Veterinary Ireland Journal;Sep2012, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p457
Academic Journal
The article presents information on upcoming challenges in the administration of worm control doses to sheep's in Ireland and also discusses the solutions introduced to deal the situation. It informs that sheep's suffering with gastrointestinal roundworms affect the production quality and quantity on sheep farms. It discusses the worm control strategies adopted by people in Ireland to deal with health and production management in sheep flocks. INSET: Reader Questions and Answers.


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