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Facial Eczema Spore Count Data



The Facial Eczema Spore Monitoring program, funded by Dairy Australia, GippsDairy and DairyNSW, enables farmers and advisors to make more informed decisions on when to start and stop facial eczema prevention measures when and how to prevent spores. Spore counts are updated in real time from January to May each year.

To see real time spore count results for the sentinel farm closest to you, click on the location name below.

Discover more about facial eczema treatment and prevention.

Facial eczema updates are issued fortnightly by GippsDairy during the high risk period. Alerts are also sent via e-mail and/or text message when spore counts are high or there are confirmed clinical cases of facial eczema.

Pasture spore testing services are offered by the following veterinary practices in Gippsland and south coast region of NSW:

  • West Gippsland Veterinary Centre
  • Tarwin Veterinary Group
  • Yarram Veterinary Centre
  • Maffra Veterinary Centre
  • Bega and Cobargo Veterinary Clinic
  • Snowy River Veterinary Clinic
  • Nowra Veterinary Hospital 

If  are concerned about facial eczema in your animals, or you require veterinary assistance please contact your local veterinary clinic without delay.


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