> This is a query to those of you who might know of ways internal parasites
> have been controlled in the humid tropics (rainy-dry season) in
> ruminants, especially hair sheep and goats, using local resources and/or
> I am involved in the creation of a research and demonstration project in
> Cuba. It will be holistic in design, integrating intensive grazing,
> legume nitrogen/protein banks, silvopastoralism, vermicomposting and
> other practices in an attempt at sustainability in low, largely local,
> inputs. The cornerstone will be ruminants: flocks of goats and Pelibuey
> sheep, and a few oxen for traction. They will produce milk, meat, and
> fertilizer for growing other foods.
> One of the main problems to be solved promises to be internal parasite
> control. I'm thinking some of you in similar climates elsewhere in Latin
> America may have dealt with this problem in small ruminants. Thanks, Karl
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