3757 Robonex Downland Web Advert w1920px x h750px


Lungworm disease appears from June onwards, often peaking in July and August, in un-vaccinated calves; those cattle without an effective anthelmintic programme,; and non-immune adults (either un-vaccinated or lacking previous lungworm exposure).

Early signs of lungworm include coughing, initially after exercise then at rest, and an increased respiratory rate.

Affected cattle rapidly lose weight and body condition. Prompt anthelmintic treatment is essential. To find out more about Robonex click here.



15th August 2016