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close this bookIntegrated Helminth Control - KARI technical note no. 2 (DFID - KARI, 1999, 54 p.)
close this folderPART FOUR - The Strategies
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Dose & Move

The principle of this system is to always move "clean" animals onto "clean" ground;


Animals are treated with an effective anthelmintic and moved onto grazing that has not been used by livestock for a suitable period. (The length of time that the area should have been free of stock will vary from area to area, perhaps six weeks at the coast to six months in the Highland areas).