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BioWorma research - horses, cattle and goats

Field evaluation of Duddingtonia flagrans IAH 1297 for the reduction of worm burden in grazing animals: Pasture larval studies in horses, cattle and goats

Field evaluation of Duddingtonia flagrans IAH 1297 for the reduction of worm burden in grazing animals: Pasture larval studies in horses, cattle and goats

Overview

  • Field studies were conducted in horses, cattle and goats using BioWorma®.
  • The studies were conducted in Australia across a range of climatic zones / seasons.
  • Significant reductions in larvae on pasture were obtained for each animal species.
  • Main worm species were those of commercial importance to horses, cattle and goats.
  • BioWorma® reduced pasture larval counts by an overall average of 84% in horses, 81% in cattle and 86% in goats.
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BioWorma research - sheep

Field evaluation of Duddingtonia flagrans IAH 1297 for the reduction of worm burden in grazing animals: Tracer studies in sheep

Field evaluation of Duddingtonia flagrans IAH 1297 for the reduction of worm burden in grazing animals: Tracer studies in sheep

Overview

  • Four tracer studies were conducted in sheep using BioWorma®.
  • The studies were conducted in Australia across a range of climatic zones/seasons.
  • Main worm species were those of commercial importance to graziers.
  • BioWorma® reduced pasture larval counts by an overall average of 68% in sheep.
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