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How do you treat fluke and other endo- and ectoparasites in beef cattle?

Market research company Bax Interaction is conducting some research in this area, and all UK vets that take part will be entered into a draw for £500.

More details below...

All the best

Arlo Guthrie
We need your help.

We are conducting a research study to better understand parasite control practices for beef cattle in the UK.

This study aims to establish: the products and methods being used to treat fluke, worms and external parasites and the reasons for selecting these; what the key factors in the decision to buy or advocate these are; what issues are currently being experienced with parasite control and market needs for future.

This research study is being conducted in accordance with Market Research Society guidelines. Please be assured that all responses will be treated as confidential and that any personal data that you provide will not be used for marketing purposes.
Please click here to start the survey
Please answer the questionnaire as fully as possible. It should take between 10 and 15 minutes to complete.

Every completed questionnaire will be entered into a prize draw giving you the chance of winning £500 in cash for completing it.

Thank you in anticipation of your kind participation in this important study.
Yours sincerely,
Steve Bax
Managing Director
Bax Interaction

The prize will be awarded to one winner drawn at random after the closing date which is Monday 24th February. is published by Working Communities Ltd, a limited company registered in England and Wales.
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