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STAFF.-Apart from the Senior Veterinary Officer, there are, one Government Veterinary Officer, a Stock Inspector and four native assistants.
INSPECTION.-The majority of the stock is owned by small Indian farmers, each herd consisting of just sufficient animals for the requirements of the family a...

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Turbett, C. R.
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Annual Report for the Year 1930, Department of Agriculture., 1931, pp 18-21
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Six calves in poor condition, obtained from herds where losses due to parasitic gastroenteritis had occurred, were dosed with unconditioned phenothiazine (i.e. without a wetting agent) after 24 hours' fasting. The doses, varying from 0.44-1.1 g. per kg. body weight (50-80 g. per animal), were given ...

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Swanson, L. E.; Porter, D. A.; Connelly, J. W.
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Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1940, 96, pp 704-707
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ARIZONA, 1941-42.-Bunyea's stained antigen was found equal to the slow tube method for the diagnosis of turkey PARATYPHOID. Attempts to find the cause of INFECTIOUS KERATITIS of cattle failed. A single treatment of range cattle with derris in soapy water was ineffective in control of WARBLE FLIES....

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Extracts from Annual Reports of Agricultural Experiment Stations, U.S.A., 1941,
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Where there was cobalt, copper and iron deficiency in the pastures it was found that better results were obtained by feeding these minerals to cattle as a supplement than by constantly changing the pastures.
Analysis of data on length of useful life of 2, 109 bulls showed that on an average their...

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U.S. A. FLORIDA., 1946, pp 206 + vi ; 49, 51-56 pp.
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Of 8 Jersey steers, naturally parasitized, 4 were treated with an emulsion of Dow ET-57 and 4 with a wettable powder formulation. All were treated at a rate of 100 mg./kg. body wt., with total dosages between 5.4 and 15.25 g. The species of nematodes affected, average efficacy, range of efficacy...

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Herlich, H.; Johnson, J. M.
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Journal of Parasitology, 1957, 43, 5, Sect. 2, pp 19 p
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A single dose of piperazine citrate soln. equivalent to 7.1 or 14.2 g. /100 Ib. of anhydrous piperazine eliminated all mature Oesophagostomum radiatum from 10 calves. 97.6% of Cooperia spp. were eliminated with 14.2 g./100 Ib. and 76.4% with 7.1 g./100 Ib. The respective percentages of other...

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Swanson, L. E.; Stone, W. M.; Wade, A. E.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1957, 130, pp 252-254
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Observations over 4 winters indicated the survival of the free-living stages of Ostertagia ostertagi, Nematodirus helvetianus, Cooperia oncophora, C. punctata, Trichuris sp., and Moniezia sp. on blue-grass pasture in central Kentucky. There was no evidence that Haemonchus sp. and Oesophagostomum...

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Drudge, J. H.; Leland, S. E. Jr.; Wyant, Z. N.; Rust, J. W.
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Journal of Parasitology, 1958, 44, pp 434-438
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A dose of 34-48 mg./kg. was effective against adult Haemonchus spp., Ostertagia spp., Tricho-strongylus spp., Cooperia spp., Nematodirus spp., Oesophagostomum radiatum, Chabertia ovina and Trichuris spp., but not Bunostomum phlebotomum, Some of the fourth and early fifth stages of Ostertagia spp....

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Bosnian, C. J.
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Journal of the South African Veterinary Medical Association, 1965, 36, pp 251-257
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A trial was conducted to determine the efficacy of febantel paste (45.5%) administered orally to calves with natural gastrointestinal nematode infections in Alabama, USA. Efficacy of treatment was determined by epg of faeces (2 pretreatment samples and one post-treatment, at necropsy) and by...

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Blagburn, B. L.; Hendrix, C. M.; Hanrahan, L. A.; Lindsay, D. S.; Arther, R. G.; Drane, J. W.
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American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1989, 50, 9, pp 1574-1577
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The efficacy of topically administered doramectin against eye worms, lungworms, and gastrointestinal nematodes, was evaluated in 400 cattle (20 in each of 20 trials). Trials were conducted in North America and natural and experimentally induced infections were used. In each trial, cattle were...

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Marley, S. E.; Illyes, E. F.; Keller, D. S.; Meinert, T. R.; Logan, N. B.; Hendrickx, M. O.; Conder, G. A.
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American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1999, 60, 6, pp 665-668

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