The liver is an extremely important organ. It provides functions essential for:
The Liver is the largest internal organ and has numerous functions including:
Liver fluke infections cause severe damage in the cattle from the time the cattle ingest metacercaria (infective larvae) to >12 weeks.
In cattle, ± 25% of the metacercaria (infective larvae) reach the liver within 2 weeks to 85 days after ingestion. The rest migrate through the body and cause damage to other organs.
For optimal liver health use a STRATEGIC CONTROL STRATEGY throughout the year to LIMIT THE DAMAGE caused by liver fluke.