For some time now it has been recognised that suppressive anthelmintic regimes select strongly for resistance (Jackson & Miller, 2006). However, despite widespread anthelmintic resistance on beef properties in New Zealand (Waghorn et al., 2006), little attention has been paid to the sustainability of anthelmintic practices in... Continued

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Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 71, Invercargill, 301-303, 2011
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