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SCOPS Publications:

All of the following (including this publication) can be found at in

pdf format:

Ectoparasite Control in Sheep. Proceedings of a Workshop February 2005

Proceedings of the Technical Review of SCOPS Recommendations January 2009


• 10 things You Should Know (if you want to keep farming sheep)

• New Worm Control Strategies for Sheep. Taking the First Steps

• Correct Drenching Technique

• Quarantine treatments

• Sheep Scab Diagnosis and Control

• Blowfly Control

• Know Your Anthelmintics (2009)