WORMING INJECTIONS CATTLE

Worms can be a considerable source of disease to farm animals and have a substantial economic impact to commercial units. Signs of disease may range from unapparent to scouring and weight loss to sudden death in serious cases.

Infection with worms occurs at grazing when animals eat grass contaminated with infective worm larvae. Adults do have a degree of immunity but can contaminate pasture with larvae that may infect younger animals

 

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