FECPAKG2 gives sheep, cattle, goat and camelid farmers control over their own faecal egg count (FEC) testing. This is perfect for the proactive farmer who wants to take charge of managing parasites in their animals and introduce greater cost and time savings to their treatment programme.
FECPAKG2 is an on-farm faecal egg count testing system that can significantly reduce drench use and result in better outcomes for farmers. This was clearly demonstrated in the recent large-scale field study of parasite management on farms in the United Kingdom and New Zealand conducted in collaboration with Sainsbury’s, one of the United Kingdom’s most influential supermarket chains.
Find out more at the Sainsbury's Project.
FECPAKG2 is helping farmers gain a productive edge in many countries around the world, from Australia and New Zealand to the United States and Wales.
Drench resistance in animal parasites is a far more widespread and growing problem than most people realise. The DrenchSmart reduction test shows you which drench actives are most effective at killing parasites in your flock. Test results enable you to make better informed choices and maximise productivity.
Predominantly used to narrow down the wide choice of commonly used drench actives and combinations, the DrenchSmart faecal egg count reduction test can be carried out on Sheep, Cattle and Goat farms.
The future of parasite control needs to include non-chemical methods such as breeding to ensure all controls remain effective. PhenR provides farmers with data that allows them to rank, select and breed animals that are naturally resistant to parasites, and lessen their reliance on worming treatments.
FECPAKG2 revolutionises parasite management. It is an internet connected, image based diagnostic platform scientifically validated to conduct faecal egg count (FEC) tests on animals. With FECPAKG2 you can save time and money, improve animal health and performance, and use worming treatments more sustainably.
Drench resistance is a massive and growing problem. Using ineffective drenches can significantly reduce lamb weight gain, farm income and lower the value of your property. A DrenchSmart faecal egg count reduction test shows you which drench actives are most effective at killing parasites in animals on your property.
The future of parasite control needs to include non-chemical methods such as breeding to ensure all treatments remain effective. PhenR provides farmers with data that allow them to rank, select and breed animals that are naturally resistant to parasites, and lessen their reliance on worming treatments.