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Seasonal Spotlight

Seasonal Spotlight Articles

HELP YOUR LAMBS SURVIVE AND THRIVE

HELP YOUR LAMBS SURVIVE AND THRIVE

1st October 2021

The main profit driver for sheep farmers is the kilograms of lamb weaned (and sold) per ewe mated. More >

MANAGING PARASITES TO GROW GREAT LAMBS

MANAGING PARASITES TO GROW GREAT LAMBS

1st October 2021

Best practice is all about maximising drench efficacy to get the best results and ensuring the drenches you use will be there for years to come. More >

KISS GOODBYE TO SCABBY MOUTH

KISS GOODBYE TO SCABBY MOUTH

1st October 2021

Scabby mouth is a painful frustrating disease that slows the growth of lambs due to their inability to feed properly. More >

TIP THE SCALES IN YOUR FAVOR

TIP THE SCALES IN YOUR FAVOR

24th May 2021

The dry autumn for much of New Zealand is presenting yet another challenge for farming. More >

LAMB MORTALITY AND CLOSTRIDIAL DEATHS

LAMB MORTALITY AND CLOSTRIDIAL DEATHS

14th April 2021

To provide information on the level and timing of lamb loss that occurs during the first year of life on hill country sheep and beef farms in New Zealand. More >

QUARANTINE DRENCHING: PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT

QUARANTINE DRENCHING: PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT

26th February 2021

A great deal of time, money and genetics has gone into developing your breeding flock. More >

DON’T BURY YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND!

DON’T BURY YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND!

25th February 2021

Worm monitoring is more important than ever. More >

Three P's To Remember For Your Flock

THREE P’S TO REMEMBER FOR YOUR FLOCK

5th February 2021

Drench resistance, particularly for triple combination drenches, is on the rise. More >

Managing Barbers Pole

MANAGING BARBERS POLE – A UNIQUE PARASITE

5th February 2021

Barbers pole worms like moist and warm conditions which are often seen in wet summers and autumn. More >

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