Endoparasites are parasites that live in the internal organs and tissues of their hosts. They include worms and liver fluke and can have a severe impact on growth rates and production of sheep. Find out how to recognise sheep affected by these parasites, as well as ways to control infections while minimising the risk of anthelmintic resistance developing.
Table of contents:
- A guide to managing fluke on your sheep farm
- How to control gastrointestinal parasites in sheep and cattle
- What is haemonchus and how to prevent and treat it
- How to prevent tapeworm from damaging sheep carcasses
- Hydatid disease in sheep: What it is and how to prevent it
- How to treat and prevent coccidiosis in lambs