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When new animals first arrive, treating them for worms and then yarding them for 48 hours is recommended in order to minimise pasture contamination with potentially-resistant worm eggs.

Fluke eggs can be shed for three weeks after treatment, so after moving off the yard, avoid keeping animals on wet or boggy ground.

Or a gold-standard quarantine protocol could include two treatments with this product six weeks apart, followed by a three-week wait, before joining the main flock at pasture.

Where will they go after yarding?