James, P.J. (2010) Issues and advances in the integrated control of sheep lice. In: Animal Production in Australia - Livestock Production in a Changing Environment. Proceedings of the 28th Australian Society of Animal Production, (ASAP), 11-15 July 2010, Armidale, New South Wales .
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Article Link(s): http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AN09208
Ongoing pressure to minimise costs of production, growing markets for low residue and organic wool and meat, resistance to chemicals in louse populations, and the deregistration of diazinon for dipping and jetting have contributed to a move away from routine annual application of lousicides to more integrated approaches to controlling lice. Advances including improved methods for monitoring and detection of lice, an expanded range of louse control products and the availability of a web-accessible suite of decision support tools for wool growers (LiceBossTM) will aid this transition. Possibilities for the future include an on-farm detection test and non-chemical control methods. The design and extension of well-constructed resistance management programs to preserve the effectiveness of recently available new product groups should be a priority.
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|Keywords:||Diazinon; ectoparasites; ectoparasitoses; meat animals; wool producing; animals|
|Subjects:||Agriculture > Veterinary medicine > Diseases of special classes of animals > Sheep and goats|
Veterinary medicine > Diseases of special classes of animals > Sheep and goats
Agriculture > Veterinary medicine > Veterinary parasitology
Veterinary medicine > Veterinary parasitology
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