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CAVP insecticide for preventing allergic dermatitis caused by midgebiting in horses and mules



CAVP insecticide for preventing allergic dermatitis caused by midgebiting in horses and mules



Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology Zhongguo Shouyi Keji (7): 37-40



Horses and mules were sprayed over the whole body with 50% emulsion of Chinese-made CAVP (also known as calvinphos), 20 ml in 500 ml water for each animal, twice a week for 3 weeks. The density index of midges (in which Culicoides schultzei made up 95%) of 11 treated animals was 21 within 5 days after spraying. The effects of different concentrations of CAVP and 1% Dipterex (trichlorphon) were compared in 8 animals.

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