FECPAKG2 revolutionises parasite management in cattle. The innovative FECPAKG2 diagnostic platform makes worm egg count testing (also known as faecal egg count or FEC testing) easier and faster to do virtually anywhere, by anyone.
Frequent, accurate worm testing enables beef producers to treat the right animals at the right time with the right treatment. With FECPAKG2 you can save time and money, improve animal health and performance and take a more sustainable approach to drench use.
FECPAKG2 gives beef producers the opportunity to take charge of worm testing and parasite management in their animals. Effective and simple to use, FECPAKG2 provides you with reliable data in real time.
Internal parasite infestation is one of the single best indicators of animal health, productivity and performance. FECPAKG2 modernises the traditional microscope-based parasite testing method by replacing the microscope-based method with an internet connected, image based one that can easily be done on farm, or on site in the lab.
The simplicity of FECPAKG2 provides cattle farmers with the ability to obtain immediate, reliable data without the need for a lab. FECPAKG2 can be used by anyone, and almost anywhere, be it at crush-side or in your barn, shed or kitchen.
Sending information by the internet frees you from transporting faecal samples to a laboratory/clinic. This is particularly useful if you are remotely based.
FECPAKG2 revolutionises parasite management. It is an internet connected, image based diagnostic platform scientifically validated to conduct faecal egg count (FEC) tests on animals. With FECPAKG2 you can save time and money, improve animal health and performance, and use worming treatments more sustainably.
Drench resistance is a massive and growing problem. Using ineffective drenches can significantly reduce lamb weight gain, farm income and lower the value of your property. A DrenchSmart faecal egg count reduction test shows you which drench actives are most effective at killing parasites in animals on your property.
The future of parasite control needs to include non-chemical methods such as breeding to ensure all controls remain effective. PhenR provides farmers with data that allow them to rank, select and breed animals that are naturally resistant to parasites, and lessen their reliance on worming treatments.