Veterinary advice should be sought with regard to specific preventative dosing regimes.
Routine Flock Treatment (moderate risk fluke areas): Dose all sheep exposed to fluke infested pasture at regular intervals of 10 weeks throughout the fluke season, usually from September to January/February. An additional preventative treatment in the spring will assist in reducing the amount of new infection on pasture in the following autumn.
Routine Fock Treatment (high risk fluke areas): As a guide, dose all sheep exposed to fluke infected pastures preventatively at regular intervals of 10 weeks from March/April through to October/November. A dose in January may also be required. All animals grazing the pasture should be treated at these times. Any bought-in sheep should be dosed before joining the main flock.
Bought in Cattle: Cattle bought in from fluke risk areas should be treated before joining the main herd.
Treatment of Acute Outbreaks: The flock should be treated immediately after diagnosis is reached. Veterinary advice should be sought for subsequent dosing intervals
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