Effective management of liver fluke in dairy cows can be based on a ‘4 Point Plan’:
We cannot rely solely on animal treatment, we need to consider all the points for sustainable control. Where a lack of efficacy is suspected with any treatment, contact your vet and testing can be carried out to confirm this. If you have known triclabendazole resistance on farm, treatments targeting older fluke will have to be used in conjunction with all the points above in the 4 point plan.
Fasinex™ 240 Oral Suspension for cattle contains 24% w/v triclabendazole. Legal category: POM-VPS. Information regarding the side effects, precautions, warnings and contra-indications can be found in product packaging and leaflets; further information can also be found in the Summary of Product Characteristics. Elanco, Fasinex and the diagonal bar are trademarks of Elanco or its affiliates. Use medicines responsibly www.noah.co.uk/responsible. Advice should be sought from the prescriber prior to use. PM-UK-20-0674
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