Warm wet spring increases worm risk

The warm, wet spring being experienced across most of Australia means pastures are growing well, but it also means worm risk is high and likely to increase in most areas.

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ParaBoss executive officer Dr Lewis Kahn said a suite of sheep parasite problems are expected, with barber’s pole worm likely to be particularly problematic this year.

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