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Five liver fluke myths debunked

Liver fluke can cost Australian producers $50-$80 million dollars per year in productivity losses alone. When to treat it, how to treat it, and what exactly needs to be treated aren’t always crystal clear.

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Prepare for new cattle and beef markets in China

Experience tells us that early movers will reap the biggest benefits from the China–Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

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The $280 million question

Did you know that flystrike costs the Australian sheep industry $280 million every year? Make sure flies are not infesting your profits by protecting your flock from flystrike.

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Virbac Success Stories - Tim Farquharson
Tim Farquharson explains how he has improved productivity on his Bushy Park Property.

 

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Leasing Legends  

Leasing Legends

Could leasing land be a good option for you? More and more producers are choosing to lease land instead of buying.

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The importance of genetics

Every family cares about its genetic heritage – including the fourth-generation Corrigan farming family behind Rennylea, one of the most successful Angus bull breeding operations in Australia.

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Dung beetles: essential to pasture quality  

Dung beetles: essential to pasture quality

Australia’s 30 million head of cattle drop more than half a million tonnes of dung across prime grazing land every single day. 

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From idea to product  

From idea to product

Many product innovators, including Virbac, use a stage-gate approach to product development.

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Success, sustainability and the bigger picture  

Success, sustainability and the bigger picture

The downward price pressures that generic products bring to the market might look great for farmers in the short-term, but they may well prove to be counterproductive in the long term.

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Support product research by buying branded  

Support product research by buying branded

Developing a brand new product - whether animal vaccines, drenches, crop protection chemicals or even human pharmaceuticals - is a long, risky and expensive process.

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