Break the Fluke Cycle this Spring

While most of us associate liver fluke with the highrisk period during autumn and winter, it is important that we do not forget about fluke this spring, nor miss a key window to reduce the significance of this costly parasite on farms. Rachel Mallet of Bimedia identifies the symptoms of chronic liver fluke as well as how to diagnose it. Mallet also provides the appropriate product selection for treatment, as well as the active ingredients licensed for treatment of liver fluke in sheep and cattle.