Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep (SCOPS) recommends the use of a white (1-BZ) drench and advises farmers to act if they think their lambs are at risk.
What does SCOPS stand for?
SCOPS stands for Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep (sheep producing industry; UK)
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- Southern California Occasional Papers in Linguistics
- Standing Committee on Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education (UK)
- State Coalition of Probation Organizations (est. 1983; California)
- Supreme Cosmic Power
- Secretariat for Coordinating the Peace Process (Sri Lanka)
- Stark County Out of Poverty Partnership (est. 1991; Canton, OH)
- Structural Classification of Protein-Protein Interfaces (databasae)
- Systems Concept & Operations Plan Review
- Security Concept of Operations
- Sonlight Curriculum Online Purchasing System (Littleton, CO)
- State Commission Office for Public Sector Reform (China)
- Standing Committee on Public Transportation
- Self-Consistent Orthogonalized Plane Wave
- South Central Ontario Parliament for Youth
- Standing Committee on Quality
- Surf Clam and Ocean Quahog (fishery)
- Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research
- Scientific Committee on Oceanographic Research
- Scott's Oriole (bird species Icterus parisorum)
- Second Cousin Once Removed
Samples in periodicals archive:
A co-ordinated programme of information and presence at events throughout Wales is planned for the summer in order to encourage farmers to work in conjunction with their vet to implement the revised advice of Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep.
Scops - the Sustainable Control of Parasites in Sheep organisation made up of industry groups - said the condition is causing havoc in parts of the UK.
Called Management of Internal Parasites in Organic Cattle and Sheep, the guide draws information from a wide area, including recent Defra-funded research conducted by Adas in collaboration with SAC, Moredun Research Institute and University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and also the Sustainable Control Of Parasites in Sheep (Scops) initiative.