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The efficacy and the safety of moxidectin were evaluated in 3 trials (2 controlled trials and 1 critical trial). In the first trial, 6 calves experimentally infected with Bunostomum phlebotomum and Chabertia ovina were treated with a moxidectin 1% injectable formulation (0.2 mg/kg). In the second,...

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Basano, F. S.; Traldi, G.; Bossi, P.; Genchi, C.
Citation
Atti della Società Italiana di Buiatria, 1995, 27, pp 345-358
Abstract

A series of 16 studies was conducted (in the USA, Belgium, Irish Republic, France and Romania) involving 288 cattle with naturally acquired or experimentally induced mite or louse infestations to evaluate the efficacy of the avermectin doramectin. Four studies were conducted against the mite ...

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Logan, N. B.; Weatherley, A. J.; Phillips, F. E.; Wilkins, C. P.; Shanks, D. J.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 49, 1, pp 67-73
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Fifty-four replies to a questionnaire sent to veterinary surgeons in the Nord and Pas de Calais Departments, and visits by the author to Veterinary Investigation Centres and to organizations in the leather industry yielded information on the incidence and economic importance of mange, ringworm, and ...

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Roger, C.
Publisher
These Ecole Nationale Veterinaire d'Alfort.,
Citation
Les ectoparasitoses bovines dans le Nord de la France., 1975, pp 116pp.
Abstract

Loss of body weight attributable to parasitoses was put at 2-3% for ringworm, 25-30% for mange, 25-30 kg for louse infestation, 50 kg for biting flies (or a 15-25% fall in milk yield) and 20% for warble fly infestation (or a 15% fall in milk yield). This parasitoses also damaged the hide, and the...

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Marchand, A.
Citation
Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1984, 135, 5, pp 299-302

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