Assessing the economic and logistical benefits of using the Tickoff system to control external parasites

The Assessing the economic and logistical benefits of using the Tickoff system to control external parasites project investigated using the Tickoff system to treat extensive beef herds for buffalo fly. The study was part of the project Implementation of Producer Demonstration Sites to increase research adoption and practice change in the Kimberley and Pilbara, set up to support northern beef producers to demonstrate, develop and adopt priority research technologies to sustainably increase profit and productivity.

For more details, please read the Implementation of Producer Demonstration Sites to increase research adoption and practice change in the Kimberley and Pilbara final report summary and download the final report (B.NBP.0619 Part B) (PDF, 1.7 MB) from the Meat & Livestock Australia website.

When: 1 December 2010 to 28 February 2013

Contact: Anne Marie Huey

Collaborator: Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia