The SLICE sustainability Project is a global initiative from MSD Animal Health. Based on four core actions – Protect, Conserve, Renew and Succeed – the field-proven, science driven program is helping the world’s salmon farmers develop lasting, sustainable control programs for managing sea lice, a costly parasite.
This database is a tool for our customers to enter key data about treatments, fish health and environmental factors. It was designed to allow you to visualize data in a novel way – offering a service that is not yet available to synergize multiple data points and learn from them, with the aim to improve sea lice management. It is available to any of our current customers (see the “register” link next to the “Login” button to request access). Once entered, data is live immediately, and available on both your laptop and your mobile device – so it is with you any time you are connected to the internet.
Should you have any questions regarding the use of this database, please contact us via the link in the footer below.
This database is accessible to those people participating in the SLICE Sustainability Project namely, animal health care professionals, fish farmers, and relevant MSD Animal Health personnel. We invite you to set up an MSD Animal Health website account to obtain access to this and many other MSD Animal Health websites.
Please log in using your registered email address and MSD Animal Health password.