Date of Publication:
June 8, 2018
“This aims to identify whether or not the use of Multimin increases the efficacy of the vaccination program,” he said.
“A trial such as this has only been done a handful of times.”
They will also be looking into whether there is an increase in fertility from using Multimin pre-joining in crossbred ewes.
Mr Willson hopes to see whether a dollar value can be placed on using Multimin in terms of response and the increase in production.
“I am always interested in the dollars and cents of the products. I am interested in seeing if it works and if we can put a dollar value on using Multimin within our flock,” he said.
He said the immunology trial will commence later in the year while the crossbred fertility trial kicks off in the spring joining period.
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