Reducing the impacts of worms in sheep can be achieved through grazing and the use of effective and timely drenches.


Worm infection is the most costly disease of sheep and goats with an estimated respective yearly cost of $436 million and $2.5 million to these Australian industries. The major cost of worm infection is from lost production.

WormBoss provides the latest information about worms and management tools including Drench Decision Guides and Regional Worm Control Programs to help you:

  • Solve your current worm problem;
  • Implement an effective integrated worm control program; and
  • Manage drench resistance

For more information please visit WormBoss website.


Drench Choice & Rotation
Drenching Sheep
Effective Drenching - The Key to Resistance Prevention
Rain Bodes Sheep Worm and Fly Risk
Rain Triggers Worms
Watch Out For Summer Worms
When To Worm Test and When To Drench
Worms Ahoy - Barbers Pole Worm
Worm Management for Weaners

Case Study

Keeping ahead of Worms - Toby & Emily Hassell, Millicent