Linda Poole

NCAT Regenerative Grazing Specialist
This is a crossposting from the Predators, Parasites, and Pests topic area:

Linda Coffey said:

I am hopping on here to say that I am a member of the American Consortium for Small Ruminant Parasite Control, and if you are having issues with parasites, they have likely got the answers! I am happy to be your tour guide. I have raised sheep since I was a young girl in MO, and this is a strong interest of mine because I have seen what too many parasites do to our animals. We've written and talked a lot about it, and if you are struggling with parasites, just know there is a lot of help available! wormx.info, WormX Live on YouTube, and of course ATTRA at attra.ncat.org, select "Livestock and Pasture" and then "Sheep and Goats" and find our library under "Health".

Here in Arkansas, we have a break; but as lambs arrive, our sheep will be vulnerable again, and it's sure not cold enough here to kill parasites! Animal selection and pasture management are the keys.
 

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