I'm new to the forum but really feel nows the time to post!! Having taken over the farm from my father in the last 2 years I have been looking at some of our routine practices and I'm starting to think we have a problem with the effectiveness of the fluke drench triclabendozole, probably due to over reliance. Dad has always used it as his drug of choice blindly thinking that there was no such thing as resistance, 'that's only wormers' was his response! What would the implications be if we have a problem? What treatment could we use? as I believe the immatures targeted by the triclabendozole are the flukes that do the damage. What other strategies can I use to get rid of fluke? drainage and reseeding are on the cards!! Also, can you get fluke in fodder crops? rape / turmips / kale? How long would the ground need to be fallow or rotated into crops to get rid of the resistant fluke if that is even possible? I am very concerned as obviously we need to control fluke as its a major problem on parts of the farm! Thanks for any responses.