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This webinar will likely contain material that is generally applicable as well as material that pertains in particular to south eastern Queensland, which has summer dominant rainfall (more so than northern NSW) and warmer conditions than the tablelands of NSW.
Regarding the major roundworms, sheep worm burdens in SE Qld are dominated by Haemonchus (H) and Trichostronglyus (T) species and relatively few Ostertagia (Teladorsagia) (O), whereas northern NSW has H+O+T, and central and southern NSW, with non-seasonal and winter rainfall, has T+O, and sometimes H.
Maxine Lyndal-Murphy is an experienced pathologist, and is a member of the WormBoss team.
Managing Worms Webinar
Given the recent wet and humid conditions, do you know if worms are affecting your sheep?
Webinar Thursday 18th
February 2010 at 1pm (Queensland time) (= 2 PM in NSW / VIC / TAS)
Presented by Maxine Lyndal-Murphy, Agri-Science Queensland
a service of the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation
- What you can do now to prevent worms in your sheep (given the recent wet/humid conditions)
- New haemonchus dipstick test
- Drenches and drench resistance
- WormBoss – where to find more information on worms
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