Australian veterinarians can now purchase our full range of products directly from Zoetis.
Zoetis Direct is a business-to-business initiative. Zoetis does not supply products directly to the general public.
VIDEO: OVERVIEW OF ZOETIS DIRECT
Zoetis Direct evolves the way we deliver value to you, your clinic and importantly to your patients. You will enjoy transparent pricing, a simple ordering system, seamless delivery and easy access to expert advice through our direct distribution commitment.
A central point for livestock producers to access valuable tools and information which can assist you in the management of your operation
For farmers looking for information on best management practices for animal husbandry, disease states and product solutions. With specific sections tailored for dairy, beef cattle and sheep, it’s easy to find the information that is important and relevant to you. This is a FREE service for your farming operation. As a registered member you will receive:
Zoetis continues to support the mental health challenges faced by people in rural Australia. Our commitment is to raise up to $100,000 to support the charity in 2023, so that we can achieve this $800,000 goal.
LEPTOSPIROSIS WARNING FOR TOP END CATTLE STATION WORKERS
Top End medical authorities are warning about the risks of leptospirosis, especially for those working with cattle. Ten cases of the potentially fatal disease have been confirmed among cattle station workers since January, almost double the total number of cases recorded in the Northern Territory last year. The heavy rain this wet season is believed to be a factor in the spike. Dr Damien Brown from the Centre for Disease Control spoke to ABC Rural about the causes and symptoms of leptospirosis
During summer it can be difficult to determine the worm burden of your sheep. The visual effects (clinical signs) are apparent when the worm burden becomes high and there is substantial reduction in production and a negative impact on the health of the animal. It is the non-visual (sub-clinical) effects which accounts for the majority of production loss in a sheep enterprise as it can occur unknown over a long time frame.