Latest Spore Counts

It is well known that the liver damage associated with clinical cases of facial eczema leads to high production losses. Subclinical disease will also cause production losses; however these animals will appear healthy with no visible signs of the disease.

Facial Eczema – production losses
in the absence of clinical disease

Our trained client services staff and experienced vets are here to help, so pop into your local clinic and check out our facial eczema updates below or give us a call and we will be happy to advise you on the best course of action to protect your stock against this debilitating disease.

Spore counts can vary dramatically between farms and even between paddocks. If you have any concerns just bring in an ice cream container full of grass (no soil/roots) and we will do a spore count and get the results to you, normally on the same day.

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Spore counts by region: (Contains historical data)

Note – The recent prolonged cold snap has resulted in decreased soil temps and reduced facial eczema spore counts. As a result of these significant drops, FE reporting is now on hold until December.

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