Correct timing, dosing critical in liver fluke control

Small window of opportunity allows for effective control of flukes in cattle.

The common liver fluke (Fasciola hepatica) is a parasite of cattle that requires water and a snail host to complete its life cycle. This highly damaging parasite is primarily located in Gulf Coast states and the Pacific Northwest, where large amounts of water and snail populations are found. For cattle producers in these areas, proper timing is critical to disrupt the fluke life cycle with a liver fluke control product.

“Producers have one opportunity to truly control fluk

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