Internal and external parasites can make cattle uncomfortable and lead to reduced performance. Infested cattle may exhibit reduced feed intake and conversion, as well as lower milk production. Parasites can also have a negative impact on immunity and reproductive performance.
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As parasites evolve, so has deworming. It’s not enough to focus on production goals — although that’s important. Now we must develop a system that will be sustainable for the generations that follow. That means using the right products at the right time for the right reasons. And it starts right here.
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Implementing a strategic deworming program can enhance cow comfort, reproductive efficiencies and productivity. In fact, a single application of a quality pour-on dewormer can increase milk production by over 3 pounds per cow, per day.
Pasture-raised heifers’ relationship with parasites can be damaging.
Populations of external parasites such as mange and lice typically peak in the winter months, so it’s important to have strategic deworming protocols in place prior to when they can do the most harm.
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