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Abstract

In three trials in 120 autumn-born calves in southern England during the 1985 grazing season, the oxfendazole bolus controlled gastrointestinal helminths and improved weight gains, giving results comparable to or better than those of a morantel bolus, or two doses of fenbendazole 3 and 6 weeks...

Author(s)
Jacobs, D. E.; Fox, M. T.; Gowling, G.; Foster, J.; Pitt, S. R.; Gerrelli, D.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 1987, 10, 1, pp 30-36
Abstract

A 'front-loaded' oxfendazole pulse release intraruminal device (FLOPRB), giving six oxfendazole pulses at 3-week intervals, the first of which is released within hours of administration, was compared with an oxfendazole pulse release bolus (OPRB), giving five therapeutic doses at 3-week intervals....

Author(s)
Jacobs, D. E.; Pilkington, J. G.; Foster, J.; Fox, M. T.; Oakley, G. A.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1987, 121, 17, pp 403-404
Abstract

The device releases 750 mg oxfendazole on five occasions three weeks apart, thus destroying invading lungworms before maturity and preventing accummulation of larvae on pasture yet allowing some migration within the host to induce immunity. Two treated calves were fenced apart from 2 controls, then ...

Author(s)
Jacobs, D. E.; Gowling, G.; Foster, J.; Fox, M. T.; Oakley, G. A.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, 1986, 9, 3, pp 337-340
Abstract

Lungworm-infected seeder calves were used on two 1.41 ha paddocks to ensure that groups of 11 susceptible trial calves would be exposed to heavy early season challenge with Dictyocaulus viviparus. This produced conditions for an artificially severe test of two control strategies. The first employed ...

Author(s)
Jacobs, D. E.; Thomas, J. G.; Foster, J.; Fox, M. T.; Oakley, G. A.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1987, 121, 10, pp 221-224