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The control of parasitic gastroenteritis and bronchitis in grazing calves using lungworm vaccine followed by a morantel sustained-release bolus



The control of parasitic gastroenteritis and bronchitis in grazing calves using lungworm vaccine followed by a morantel sustained-release bolus



Proceedings of the 13th World Congress on Diseases of Cattle, Durban, South Africa 1: 410-415



A group of 15 calves vaccinated against lungworm and treated with morantel was compared with 15 calves also vaccinated but given unorganized strategic dosing with levamisole. Parasitic bronchitis was controlled in both groups.

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