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Abstract

Treatment of lactating cows with brotianide (1,500 mg/quintal body-weight), niclofolan (300 mg/quintal) and rafoxanide (750 mg/quintal) significantly reduced milk production. The greatest reduction occurred on the 2nd day after treatment, and by the 8th day, production had returned to normal. Fat...

Author(s)
Ruffo, G.; Huber, H.; Bandirali, G.; Costanzi, F.
Citation
Atti della Societa Italiana di Buiatria, 1976, 7, pp 311-319
Abstract

4 groups of 6 lactating cows (free from mastitis but with high cell counts) were treated per kg live wt. with 1500 mg brotianide in (i) suspension and (ii) granular form, or with (iii) 300 mg niclofolan or (iv) 750 mg rafoxanide. Milk yield of all the treated groups fell markedly on the 2nd day...

Author(s)
Ruffo, G.; Huber, H.; Bandirali, G.; Costanzi, F.
Citation
Atti della Societa Italiana di Buiatria, 1976, 7, pp 311-319
Abstract

The sedimentation test on faeces samples detected fluke infection in 40% of 229 bulls and 45% of 275 cows, compared with those detected by tests on liver and bile samples. In 47 cattle given one treatment with Dirian (brotianide), faecal samples were positive for fluke eggs in 14 animals during the ...

Author(s)
Horchner, F.; Grelck, H.; Flasshoff, F. G.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1976, 89, 15, pp 296-300