Do I have resistance or dying worms?

DJHay

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Hi All, wormed some lambs 9 days ago. Just in the field now and found a few lambs with worms in their stool like the photos. Used Rycoben. Resistance or dying worms? Thanks
 

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d-wales

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I was told l by a vet that tapeworms basically feed on the digested feed/ muck in the sheeps bodies. So don't affect the health of the animal at all. Problems only happen if there are a massive number of them and they cause a blockage.
 

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