External parasites in sheep
They include ticks, scabies and lice, which infect sheep and appear on the body and cause many diseases
External parasites can significantly affect sheep's wool quality, Milk in sheep and goats, and animal health in general. Therefore, it is very important to include the parasite control program in the herd health management plan, and to avoid their appearance in the herd and prevent them, sheep must be dipped at least twice a year, using antiseptics and antiparasitic agents.
The danger of external parasites lies in the following damages
Anemia due to blood absorption
Transmission of various diseases
Lack of sheep production due to the deterioration of their health