Browsing Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences by Subject "Control methods"
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(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)Internal parasites are a threat to sheep health and productivity. Increased understanding of the role and actions of internal parasites provides the basis for more effective control programs.
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)Ovine foot root is an infectious, contagious disease of sheep that causes severe lameness. Control and elimination of the disease should be the goal of all sheep producers.
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2005-09-01)Many advances have been made in the field of livestock parasite control over the past few years. Because parasites decrease production, control of parasites can have a direct economic impact on beef cattle operations.