First and Second season animals are often wormed at turnout and the two main factors in deciding which product to use are how often you want to handle the animals when outside and the cost of the product.
The main factors to consider should be maximising growth rates and the development of immunity both of which are vital in dairy replacements and important for beef calves. If the animals perform well then they will more than offset the cost of using a more expensive product as the growth rates will be significantly greater.
Think about your strategies for supplementing minerals at grass as the requirements can be very different from when they are indoors. There are lots of options out there and certainly it isn’t a case of one product fits all. Ask us at CCF for advice on 01437 562400 or contact us.