flukicide

flukicide

an agent that destroys flukes.
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Secondly, if cattle are to graze on-farm the following year, effective flukicide treatment over winter will ensure that the cattle are not shedding fluke eggs in their dung onto pasture after turnout and will not contaminate pastures," said Dr Forbes.
Evaluation of the flukicide treatment policy for dairy cattle in Galicia (NW Spain).
The fact that cases of flukicide resistance have also been recorded is also a real concern.
Sheep farmers must continue to monitor their flocks for signs of fluke infection and treat with an appropriate flukicide.
Oxyclozanide is a safe and effective flukicide administered to cattle, buffaloes, sheep and goats for the treatment and control of fascioliasis and paramphistomiasis.
Infected cattle can be treated with a flukicide, preferably in consultation with a veterinarian for optimum treatment timing and success.
As well as ensuring maximum productivity, flukicide treatments over winter will ensure that pasture are not contaminated the following year.
The challenge from high levels of liver fluke on pasture continued throughout the first two months of 2013, and many farmers seem unaware that if sheep are put back on high risk pastures they will need to be re-treated with a flukicide five to six weeks later to avoid losses.
She advised farmers to monitor flocks for signs of the disease and treat with an appropriate flukicide.
Dr Vickers said: "Cattle rarely show signs of acute fluke disease, therefore unless acute disease is suspected or diagnosed, a flukicide with activity against late immature/adult fluke stages (closantel, clorsulon, nitroxynil) may be selected, especially for treatments given in the late autumn/winter months.
Unless acute disease is suspected or diagnosed in cattle, a flukicide that acts against late immature and adult fluke stages should be selected, such as closantel, clorsulon or nitroxynil, for treatment in the autumn and winter months.
NADIS said that stock should be dosed with a flukicide around eight to 12 weeks after turnout to reduce the release of eggs from cattle infected already.