The perennial problem of Nematodirus battus-caused profuse, watery yellowy-green diarrhoea still leads to acute dehydration and on-farm deaths on many farms. As the onset of disease can be very fast, farmers have to be vigilant and respond rapidly with appropriate anthelmintics. Rachel Mallet from Bimeda describes the infection, treatments and prevention methods.

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