Hi! We have a small herd of Lacaune and Friesian (sheep) and a few local goats. (I know his is a goat forum but sheep are very similar and I already got good advice on this forum before) We practice rotational or strip grazing, we move the herd over our field (electric netting), they get a fresh plot EVERY day and don't return on the same field for months - in between the fields are used to make hay. So we should not have worms! At least according to my theory.... The two 'problems' are that we introduced a new ram (dewormed on the day of arrival) and we have a lot of wildlife including deer on our fields. However I found worms in the droppings of our goat/sheep yesterday. Does anybody recognize the type of worms from this not too clear picture? And does anybody have a clue how my animals got worms? I dewormed the herd today with Helmigal (containing Fenbendazolum), this only for the second time this year so resistance should not (yet) be a problem. Animals are looking fine by the way. This are some of the sheep, 7 - 8 months old now and not looking very 'infected' : All comments, thoughts etc. are welcome. We live rather isolated in a country where sheep are only kept in a very extensive way and not how we keep and care for them. Thanks.