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Abstract

Of 366 suckler calves, with their dams, in eight farms, half were given a morantel bolus (containing 13.5 g morantel) and kept on pasture separate from that of the controls (given pyrantel on the same day as the morantel treatment). The dams were not treated. Comparison of the two groups revealed...

Author(s)
Lockwood, P. W.; Shanks, D. J.; Ferber, M. T.; Jones, R. M.
Citation
Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1987, 138, 3, pp 239-243
Abstract

In Sweden in 1978 a morantel sustained-release bolus designed to release 9 g of drug in about 60 days was given orally to a group of calves just before turnout at the end of May. A 2nd group served as non-treated controls. In the paddock grazed by the treated animals the level of pasture larval...

Author(s)
Tornquist, M.; Tolling, S.; Jones, R. M.; Bliss, D. H.
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaer Medicin, 1981, 33, 6/8, pp 327-338
Abstract

In Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Shropshire, England, in 1969-70, 232 cattle on 9 farms with a history of parasitic gastro-enteritis were given morantel tartrate at 10 mg/kg body-weight at the time of removal from pasture for winter yarding. A similar number of cattle were left untreated as controls....

Author(s)
Cornwell, R. L.; Jones, R. M.; Pott, J. M.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 1973, 129, 6, pp 526-532
Abstract

Five controlled anthelmintic trials involving worm counts in 71 calves with experimental infections of gastrointestinal nematodes and lungworms were carried out using various dosages of morantal tartrate administered by drench. High activity (98-99%) was recorded against 14- and 21-day-old H....

Author(s)
Cornwell, R. L.; Jones, R. M.; Pott, J. M.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 1973, 129, No.6, pp 518-525
Abstract

The efficacy (ED90) of morantel tartrate against a laboratory strain of Ostertagia ostertagi was determined by dose-response titration in controlled experiments before and after 5 passages through calves in the presence of boluses modified to release morantel on a continuous basis at rates...

Author(s)
Jones, R. M.; Bliss, D. H.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1983, 12, 3/4, pp 329-336
Abstract

In Sweden in 1979 two groups of calves were given orally a morantel sustained-release bolus either just before turnout at the end of May (group 1) or at the beginning of July (group 2). The bolus was designed to release 13.5 g of morantel in about 90 days. A 3rd group served as non-treated...

Author(s)
Tolling, S.; Tornquist, M.; Jones, R. M.; Bliss, D. H.
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaer Medicin, 1981, 33, 6/8, pp 339-348
Abstract

Twenty-four castrated Friesian calves were divided into 2 equal groups on a body-weight basis and grazed separate halves of an infected pasture in England. One group was given 1.5 mg/kg per day morantel tartrate in the feed over a period extending from 2 weeks before turning out in early May to...

Author(s)
Pott, J. M.; Jones, R. M.; Cornwell, R. L.
Citation
International Journal of Parasitology, 1979, 9, 2, pp 153-157
Abstract

Five separate field trials of the Morantel Sustained Release Bolus were conducted in 1978 on farms in eastern and south-eastern England. The bolus, designed to release morantel tartrate continuously into the rumen for 60 days, was administered orally to grazing calves just before turnout in spring. ...

Author(s)
Jones, R. M.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 8, 3, pp 237-251