Proceedings of the Australian Sheep Veterinarians Annual Conference

Published by: The Australian Veterinary Association Ltd.

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Lameness and foot lesions in dorper sheep
By Lawrence, J, Proceedings of the Australian Sheep Veterinarians Annual Conference, 2012
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Early weaning and paracite control in the falkland islands
By Swaney, S, Proceedings of the Australian Sheep Veterinarians Annual Conference, 2012
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Poultry litter as an alternative fertiliser for pastures
By Warn, L, Proceedings of the Australian Sheep Veterinarians Annual Conference, 2012
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Epidemiology of haemonchosis
By Slattery, S, Proceedings of the Australian Sheep Veterinarians Annual Conference, 2012
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Epidemiology of haemonchus contortus
By Kahn, L, Proceedings of the Australian Sheep Veterinarians Annual Conference, 2012
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A commercial vaccine against haemonchus contortus: possibility or pipedream?
By Besier, B; Lyon, J; Michael, D; Mewlands, G; Smith, D, Proceedings of the Australian Sheep Veterinarians Annual Conference, 2012
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Sheep measles (taenia ovis) in Australia is widespread and doing well!
By Jenkins, D, Proceedings of the Australian Sheep Veterinarians Annual Conference, 2012
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Chemical and drug usage in sheep - what is the role of the veterinarian?
By Batey, R, Proceedings of the Australian Sheep Veterinarians Annual Conference, 2012
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Ovine brucellosis in the riverina
By Salmon, D, Proceedings of the Australian Sheep Veterinarians Annual Conference, 2012
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