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Ten young cattle were dosed with a suspension of netobimin at 7.5 mg/kg body weight, and another 10 were injected i.m. at 12.5 mg/kg; a third group of 10 served as untreated controls. They were killed 7-8 days after treatment. The orally administered anthelmintic was 98% effective against adult ...

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Klein, M.; Bauer, C.; Bürger, H. J.
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Tierärztliche Umschau, 1990, 45, 7, pp 471-472, 475-476
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A study was undertaken to ascertain the prophylactic effect on gastrointestinal helminthiasis of a single ivermectin treatment (0.2 µg/kg) of calves 3 weeks after a late (June) turnout on mown pasture and 2 ivermectin treatments of calves 3 and 8 weeks after an early turnout (May). The single...

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Eysker, M.; Kooyman, F. N. J.; Wemmenhove, R.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1988, 27, 3-4, pp 345-352
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The efficacy of netobimin in removing naturally acquired gastrointestinal nematode infections was evaluated in 10 treated and 10 untreated yearling beef heifers. The anthelmintic was administered as an oral drench at a dose level of 7.5 mg/kg bwt. Faecal egg counts were reduced with netobimin by...

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Richards, L. S.; Zimmerman, G. L.; Weber, D. W.; Dawley, S. W.; Nelson, M. J.; Schons, D. J.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1987, 26, 1-2, pp 79-85
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Oxfendazole (2.5 mg/kg) was tested against natural infections of nematodes in cattle in a dual experiment. The first part was designed to coincide with the late autumn-winter, Cooperia oncophora, larval-inhibition peak, whereas the second part was to coincide with the late winter-spring, Ostertagia ...

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Chalmers, K.
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New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 1978, 26, 6, pp 162-164
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The efficacy of febantel (5.0 mg/kg) against naturally acquired infections of gastrointestinal nematodes was evaluated in calves during the winter in Oregon, USA. 20 steers were allotted to either control or treatment groups of 10 animals each. 7 days after treatment, the calves were killed and...

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Hoberg, E. P.; Zimmerman, G. L.; Rickard, L. G.; Schons, D. J.
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American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1988, 49, 9, pp 1540-1542
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In Oregon, USA, calves naturally infected with Nematodirus helvetianus and Cooperia oncophora were given cambendazole at 20 or 25 mg/kg body-weight. 20 mg/kg removed 100, 84.9 and 22.6%, respectively, of 4th-stage, 5th-stage and adult N. helvetianus and 25 mg/kg removed 90.8, 67.0 and 87.5%,...

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Kistner, T. P.; Lindsey, J. B.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1974, 35, 11, pp 1405-1407
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Parasitological investigations combined with prophylactic measures were carried out during the grazing period in 1978 on 12 Alpine pastures in Southwest Bavaria in order to prevent clinical helminthiasis in young cattle. Mainly mixed infections occurred with Ostertagia ostertagi and Cooperia spp.;...

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Boch, J.; Spiess, A.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1979, 92, 15, pp 293-296

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