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Why use Zero Count Laboratories?

Protect your stock from worm infestations:

Worm burdens can cause significant stock loss is left untreated. Don’t risk your investment in your herd and livelihood – or your precious pets. Whether you’re a rural stock professional or a suburban acreage animal lover, rely on ZEROcount for fast, accurate and friendly services.

Our benefits include:

  • Healthier animals
  • Improved peace-of-mind
  • Increased returns for farmers
  • Convenient, easy ordering and results
  • Prompt, efficient and friendly attention
  • Nationwide service from Southeast Queensland

We provide service for:

  • Graziers
  • Stud owners
  • Hobby/Pet owners
  • Worm egg counting
  • Larval identification
  • One-off testing or an ongoing program
  • Priority service for emergencies
  • Individual and mob testing
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Industry News & Events

Zerocount is Closing

Rob Collins - Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Dear client, Read more

Not Taking Any New Customers

Rob Collins - Thursday, March 01, 2018

Due to a number of changes occurring through to June 30, Zerocount regrettably cannot take on any new customers at the moment. Read more

2017/2018 Festive Season

Rob Collins - Tuesday, December 19, 2017

To our valued customers; Read more

2015/16 Heavy Worm Burdens

Rob Collins - Sunday, May 15, 2016

This season has seen a number of goat, sheep and alpaca producers in the heavy rainfall areas struggling with worm burdens in their stock.  For some, it appears that within a very short time after drenching their animals show signs of worm re-infestation. Read more

Kiss Surprises Goodbye!

Sarah Collins - Wednesday, February 12, 2014

You know the one thing I dislike the most about internal worms in my animals? It's surprises. Your know, those stomach-dropping, oh no, I-can't-handle-this-right-now kind of surprise? Yep... those nasty ones. Read more

Intensive Farming Systems: Are they a viable option for Australian sheep and goat production?

Sarah Collins - Sunday, July 07, 2013

I have just returned from a short period of work experience in a large piggery. Every week without fail over 400 tiny, squealing piglets are brought into the world and these very quickly transform into mischievous weaners. Every step of the production process is precisely managed to ensure optimal growth and performance. In 20 weeks, the little piglets have developed into a marketable animal and the methods are so finely tuned that the weight difference between pigs in the group is within 2kgs. Everything works like clockwork. There are a certain amount of days allocated to every aspect; pregnancy, lactation, re-mating, growth, even birthing is induced to fit in with this ‘calendar’ of events. Read more

Worm Management During the Kidding Season

Sarah Collins - Monday, June 24, 2013

Mum’s pride and joy is about to become a mother.  No... Not me, but rather her Boer Goat doe called Delilah! Read more

Goombungee-Haden Show Report

Sarah Collins - Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Last Saturday, I attended the Goombungee-Haden Show as a Boer Goat exhibitor. There were quite a few exhibitiors who made the effort to attend and the day had a friendly, fun atmosphere. My own stud, Cedar Grove Boer Goat Stud, was successful on the day, achieving Supreme Boer Goat Exhibit with a young doe named Cedar Grove Chiffon. My parents' stud, Temba Boer Goats, was also successful with their junior buck, Temba Seneca. Read more

Boer Goat Breeders Workshop

Sarah Collins - Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The Boer Goat Breeders Association is holding a breeders workshop for anyone wanting to improve their Boer goat herd. Come along to learn top breeding techniques and husbandry practices. Event to be held on the 4th of May at Yarrabee Boer Goat Stud. Read more

Sydney Royal Easter Show

Sarah Collins - Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Months ago, I agreed to help my good friend, Bert Cairns (Armadown Stud) of Proston show his Boer Goats at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.  I assisted another stud last year so, I should have been aware of what I was getting myself into!  A fourteen hour (plus) drive each way and long days doesn’t sound too bad if you say it quickly! Read more

Toowoomba Show News

Sarah Collins - Wednesday, April 17, 2013

A couple of weeks ago I attended the Toowoomba Royal Agricultural Show as a Boer Goat competitor.  This year, the show was combined with the Queensland Boer Goat Show sponsored by the Boer Goat Breeders Association of Australia (BGBAA).   Read more