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As parasites evolve, so has deworming. It’s not enough to focus on production goals — although that’s important. Now we must develop a system that will be sustainable for the generations that follow. That means using the right products at the right time for the right reasons. And it starts right here — getting the facts to advance deworming.

GET THE FACTS TO ADVANCE DEWORMING

FIND THE RIGHT DEWORMER FOR YOUR OPERATION

DEFINE DEWORMING GOALS

DEFINE DEWORMING GOALS

Too often, convenience drives deworming programs. But the timing of deworming is very important, depending on your goals: fly and lice control for cattle comfort, pasture re-contamination or hedging against production losses. Other considerations include the season of the year, type of grazing program(s) practiced, age of the cattle and the overall management of the operation.

DEFINE DEWORMING GOALS

Too often, convenience drives deworming programs. But the timing of deworming is very important, depending on your goals: fly and lice control for cattle comfort, pasture re-contamination or hedging against production losses. Other considerations include the season of the year, type of grazing program(s) practiced, age of the cattle and the overall management of the operation.

UNDERSTAND AND IDENTIFY RESISTANCE

UNDERSTAND AND IDENTIFY RESISTANCE

Whatever deworming program you're using, you need to check that it's still working. Resistance occurs when a significant number of parasites are no longer killed by the recommended dose of an active ingredient. Doing a fecal egg-count reduction test at least once a year will tell you not only which parasites you're dealing with, but also if they're not responding to your current program.

UNDERSTAND AND IDENTIFY RESISTANCE

Whatever deworming program you're using, you need to check that it's still working. Resistance occurs when a significant number of parasites are no longer killed by the recommended dose of an active ingredient. Doing a fecal egg-count reduction test at least once a year will tell you not only which parasites you're dealing with, but also if they're not responding to your current program.

WORK WITH YOUR VETERINARIAN

WORK WITH YOUR VETERINARIAN

Your deworming program should start with a call to your veterinarian. They can help you create a program that takes into account your goals and your operation's ability to help create sustainable and effective deworming protocols.

WORK WITH YOUR VETERINARIAN

Your deworming program should start with a call to your veterinarian. They can help you create a program that takes into account your goals and your operation's ability to help create sustainable and effective deworming protocols.

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