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.
Prior to joining, ewes need to be checked to ensure that they will conceive and rear a healthy lamb through to weaning. Obvious faults such as lameness, mastitis and injury can be spotted with ewes in a drafting race. All ewes older than 5 years should be drafted and checked individually.
Teeth - inspect mouth for missing or loose teeth or teeth worn down to the gumline
Toes - inspect and if necessary trim feet that are in poor condition. A footbath in zinc sulphate may be required for heavy ewes in wet conditions
Udder - any hardness, lumps or blocked teats are signs of mastitis. Ewes with any udder defects should be culled as they have a high risk of not rearing a lamb
Perineum - the back end. Inspect for skin cancer, tears in vulva, urine stain or other indicators that the ewe is at risk