Fecal Egg Counts: What Do They Tell Us?

By William Shulaw, DVM
The most common method of determining FECs for sheep and goats is the McMaster technique. Although there are several variations of how this is done, the basic method uses a weighed fecal sample, a known dilution in the flotation solution, and a specialized counting slide to count the eggs.
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