Shoalhaven Fox Control Program helping eliminate parasite related calf deaths on Berry dairy farm

Updated April 15 2021 - 4:30am, first published April 13 2021 - 11:30pm
Before Shoalhaven Fox Control started baiting his property, Berry dairy farmer Peter Cullen was losing up to 10 per cent of his dairy calves to abortion, due to a microscopic parasite known as Neospora caninum which is carried by foxes. Photo supplied.

Berry dairy farmer, Peter Cullen has reduced the loss of carves in his dairy herd from a deadly microscopic parasite, on his farm, with help of the Shoalhaven Fox Control Program.



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