This month's webinar includes the liver fluke forecast update, including sub-acute fluke causing low scanning percentages in sheep and chronic fluke in cattle. Also covered are PGE in cattle and sheep, FECs, Haemonchosis and lice in cattle.
Almost all dairy cows will now have been housed so an increased risk of mastitis, particularly environmental mastitis is to be expected. Early lambing ewes will have reached the stage of pregnancy where abortions are most common. The disease alert webinar discusses the presenting signs, treatment and prevention of these conditions.
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