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What is a faecal larval culture?

A faecal larval culture will help you determine what type of parasites are present in your stock.

How it works

A larval culture is performed on a faecal sample and involves incubating and hatching parasite eggs, to determine what types of parasites are present.

A faecal larval culture will determine what parasites exist in a specific mob, or property depending on the breadth of the testing performed.

It can also be used in conjunction with Faecal Egg Counting and Drench Resistance Testing to determine worm burden and which parasites are surviving a drench treatment.

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