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Alpaca Worm Control

Alpaca Worm Control

When controlling worms in your alpacas there are three main questions to answer:

  1. Do your alpacas need drench treatment  now?
  2. What drench treatment should you pick?
  3. Did the drench treatment work?
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  • Posted 05 December, 2018

What to feed Pigs

What to feed Pigs

All around Australia we have laws regarding what can and cannot be fed to Pigs. The reason for these laws is to prevent diseases such as Foot-and-Mouth Disease and African Swine Disease getting into Australia. For some people it is hard to believe...

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  • Posted 07 November, 2018

Tick Paralysis in Small Stock

Tick Paralysis in Small Stock

Tick Paralysis is now really easy to prevent for most dogs and cats thanks to a new generation of chemicals which control ticks and fleas with great efficacy. Unfortunately, for our small farm animals, there is no such simple long-acting solutions. Nor...

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  • Posted 16 October, 2018

BullCheck - Why Bull testing is essential

BullCheck - Why Bull testing is essential

Bull semen testing, BullCheck, should form a core part in any cattle breeding business. Unfortunately,  it is often ignored until a farmer experiences a crisis, such as purchasing a valuable bull from a stud, only to find he can’t perform; o...

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  • Posted 10 October, 2018

Difference between a uterine and a cervical prolapse

Difference between a uterine and a cervical prolapse

Farmers often call about cattle with a prolapse. Different sorts of prolapses have different levels of urgency. There are two main types of prolapse we see in cattle, vagino-cervical prolapse or uterine prolapse, though rectal prolapses and preputial p...

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  • Posted 01 October, 2018