Managing Johne's

Every Farm is Different - You Need to Know Your Starting Point

Build a picture of your farm and know your herd disease status. You can do this by testing your breeding stock. An animal infected with the MAP bacteria (and infecting others) may show no outward signs of the disease.

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Every Farm is Different - What are Your Objectives?

Build a flexible, feasible and long term strategy. Engage in discussion with your Veterinary Advisor.

Plan in advance how to deal with animals testing positive for Johne's disease. Adopt a risk-based approach to dealing with individual animals based on test results and other information such as dam history.

Consider which Management Options you can implement

After management strategies to control Johne's disease focussed on your animals, the soil environment may play a significant role in the prevalence of the bacterium.

Read more about Environmental Considerations


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