SCOPS Technical Manual

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SCOPS INTERNAL PARASITE TECHNICAL MANUAL This is an update of the SCOPS Internal Parasite Technical Manual for Vets and Advisers, following an expert review during 2019/20. In this new format, all sections can be accessed using the navigation tree, and these include links to additional documents. Sections will be updated as necessary, and flagged, to enable you to keep abreast of developments in S...

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  • What is AR?

    Anthelmintic resistance (AR) is the heritable ability of the parasite to tolerate a normally effective dose of an anthelmintic. The parasite is consid...

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  • SCOPS Principles

    The SCOPS principles are designed to help slow the development on sheep farms. They are based on three main drivers for resistance: The frequency...

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  • Internal Parasites & Diseases

    Disease caused by gastrointestinal nematodes may be acute in onset, with clinical disease, including some mortality, affecting >10% of a flock. Ho...

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  • Anthelmintics

    Anthelmintics remain an important part of effective worm control in sheep. In order to protect their long term efficacy it is vital we ensure the ri...

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