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Area: National
Date range: All

Selected drenches

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Abamectin (ML)

Moxidectin (ML)

Levamisole (LV)

White Drench (BZ)

Closantel (SA)

SELECT the Region or State of interest to your FARM

To select your area of interest, please refine your results by State, Region or Postcode. Simply click on the area and then scroll down to view the modified results.

Please note that postcode will redirect to your regional location

*Note: No data currently available for Northern Territory

Northern New South Wales
Central New South Wales
Southern New South Wales
Southern Slopes New South Wales
North East Victoria
Western Districts and Central Victoria
Tasmania
South Australia
Western Australia Sheep Wheat
Great Southern Western Australia
Queensland

SELECT the Drenches of interest to your FARM

You can select specific drenches for a comparison of efficacy for the location you have indicated.

This will automatically fill the graphs with an overall efficacy status as well as data per type of worm.

Choose 3-5 drenches (this can be modified at any time).

If there is no data for a specific type of worm there was either; none found in these FECRT, or the chosen drench was not tested.

Abamectin (ML)

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Ivermectin (ML)

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Moxidectin (ML)

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White Drench (BZ)

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Levamisole (LV)

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White Drench (BZ) + Levamisole

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Abamectin + White Drench (BZ)

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Abamectin + Levamisole

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Abamectin + White Drench (BZ) + Levamisole

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Ivemectin + White Drench (BZ)

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Ivermectin + White Drench (BZ) + Levamisole

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Moxidectin + White Drench (BZ) + Levamisole

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Abamectin + White Drench (BZ) + Levamisole + Closantel**

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Closantel (SA)*

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Closantel + White Drench (BZ)**

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Closantel + Abamectin**

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Monepantel (AD)

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Monepantel + Abamectin

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Napthalphos (OP)

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Napthalphos + Levamisole

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Napthalphos + White Drench (BZ)

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Napthalphos + White Drench (BZ) + Levamisole

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Napthalphos + Abamectin

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Napthalphos + Ivemectin

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Napthalphos + Moxidectin

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Napthalphos + Closantel**

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Napthalphos + Abamectin + White Drench (BZ)

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Napthalphos + Ivermectin + White Drench (BZ)

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Napthalphos + Abamectin + Levamisole

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Napthalphos + Abamectin + White Drench (BZ) + Levamisole

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Napthalphos + Ivermectin + White Drench (BZ) + Levamisole

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Napthalphos + Moxidectin + White Drench + Levamisole

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Napthalphos + Closantel + White Drench (BZ)**

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Napthalophos + Abamectin + White Drench (BZ) + Levamisole + Closantel**

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Napthalphos + Closantel + Abamectin**

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*Closantel. The amount of closantel per dose is not the same for all products containing closantel, so results of efficacy testing (and predictions based on these results) can vary between products, even if the label dose rate is used (wormboss.com.au).

**For barber's pole worm, these products act as combinations, but for black scour and brown stomach worm they act as mixtures because closantel does not control these worm types (wormboss.com.au).

2006 - 2020
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Welcome to SheepTRAX

Drench Resistance

Most sheep properties in Australia have resistant worms to one or more sheep drenches, 96% to white (BZ) drenches, 96% to clear (LEV) drenches and 87% to Ivermectin (ML) drenches1. Using an effective sheep drench to control your worms is key to a productive sheep flock.

Currently, resistance to many of the active ingredients in sheep drenches in Australia is common. Resistance is classified as efficacy less than 95% (% reduction in worms). Drench resistance is either created on your own farm or introduced when purchasing sheep (ewes, weaner lambs or rams). Even stray sheep may be the source of drench resistant worms.

When choosing a drench to use on your farm, Wormboss (wormboss.com.au) recommends 3 principles:

  1. Use the most effective drench for your property
  2. Use an effective combination of two or more drench groups
  3. Use short acting treatments and restrict the use of persistent products for specific purposes and high worm-risk times of year

What is SheepTRAX?

SheepTRAX is designed to assist Australian Sheep producers by showing the prevalence and geographical distribution of drench resistance. The data within SheepTRAX has been gathered from hundreds of on-farm drench resistance tests (FECRT) across all sheep producing areas in Australia. Sheep producers are able to use this data and website to;

  • Improve knowledge of drench resistance
  • Assist in making an informed decision of what drenches to use
  • Assist in understanding the likelihood of resistance worms in purchased sheep.

SheepTRAX aims to help put research behind your drench selection, and therefore help maximise your return from your drench investment.

Please note:

This information does not predict the drench resistance found on your property or within a specific mob of sheep but is designed to provide awareness. It is recommended that every farm undertakes their own FECRT every 2-5 years to monitor the drench resistance status or at least perform regular Drench Checks.

All new sheep should be given a Quarantine drench (containing 4 actives, with one of the actives being a new class) which should be administered before or upon arrival on-farm. After drenching keep all animals in a confined area with good access to feed (hay) and water for 24 hours prior to entering the paddock. It is recommended that the confinement area be fully tilled or spelled for 6 months before reuse.

Click to enter your own data to calculate your resistance status

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