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Evaluation of various deworming programs for cattle. I. Frequency of deworming



Evaluation of various deworming programs for cattle. I. Frequency of deworming



Philippine Journal of Veterinary Medicine 17(1/2): 85-100



In trials in the Philippines, Brahman cross calves aged one to 6 months were given anthelmintic treatments every 2, 3, 4 or 6 months or were left untreated. In the first trial, in which tetramisole plus thiabendazole were used, average weight gains after one year by treated female calves were significantly higher than by controls. The frequency of treatment was not important. These weight gains more than compensated for the cost of medication.

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