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Abstract

The inadvertent use of ivermectin as an anthelmintic in a herd of 120 cattle (including 60 milking cows) in Arkansas, USA, is reported. Following notification of this error, it was decided that the affected herd should remain off the market for at least 35 days with testing to assure drug clearance ...

Author(s)
Davis, M.
Citation
Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation, 1991, 11, 6, pp 308-309
Abstract

A brief account of various anthelmintic trials performed on cattle at the Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, University of Arkansas, USA, is given. Febantel, oxfendazole, ivermectin and morantel were the drugs tested. The paper also includes advice for the beef cattle farmer on when to...

Author(s)
Yazwinski, T. A.
Citation
Special Report - Agricultural Experiment Station, Division of Agriculture, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1989, No. 137, pp 21-23
Abstract

The anthelmintic effectiveness of moxidectin, administered topically at the rate of 500 µg/kg bwt, was determined for lactating dairy cows in Arkansas, USA. Naturally infected animals were given either topical vehicle or moxidectin (Cydectin Pour-On) at the rate of 1 ml/10 kg bwt (10...

Author(s)
Yazwinski, T. A.; Tucker, C.; Copeland, S.; Yazwinski, T.; Guerino, F.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1999, 86, 4, pp 223-228
Abstract

The nematodes (especially Ostertagia), trematodes, cestodes and protozoa (coccidia) that are important parasites of beef cattle in Arkansas, USA, and their control, are briefly reviewed.

Author(s)
Yazwinski, T. A.; Holtzen, H.
Citation
Arkansas Farm Research, 1988, 37, 5, pp 11