The aim of these studies was to determine the reduction in pasture infectivity likely to be achieved by the supplementation of grazing sheep with BioWorma®
Duddingtonia flagrans (abbreviated to D. flagrans) is a natural strain of fungus found around the world.
Animals infected with parasitic nematodes have for a long time been treated with chemicals.
The estimated losses in sheep and cattle in Australia alone is $A1 billion and tens of billions worldwide.
Parasitism by GIN continues to cause major problems to grazing animals.
A series of placebo-controlled trials were conducted to evaluate the ability of D. flagrans strain IAH 1297.
Duddingtonia flagrans - a non-chemical biological control for parasites in grazing animals.
A series of placebo-controlled trials were conducted in cattle, horses and goats for evaluation.
There is a diverse range of micro-fungi that utilise nematode larvae as a food source in soil.