Upcoming FAMACHA Training

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FAMACHA is a method of selective deworming for small ruminants that uses the color of mucous membranes (the eyes) to determine the presence of H. contortus worms (or barber pole worms).

For those interested in becoming FAMACHA certified, there will be a training course on September 22nd at 11:30 a.m. in Goldsboro. It will be held at the CEFS building–GPS coordinates: 35.38743, -78.03442.

If you’d like to be certified, please bring $12.00 CASH to the workshop. Feel free to attend even if you don’t wish to be certified.

Call the office at (919) 731-1525 by Friday, September 18th to register!