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Control of naturally acquired bovine parasitic bronchitis and gastroenteritis with an oxfendazole pulse release device

, : Control of naturally acquired bovine parasitic bronchitis and gastroenteritis with an oxfendazole pulse release device. Veterinary Record 123(18): 460-464

Four groups, each of six male Friesian calves, grazed separate 0.66 hectare paddocks from May 7 until October 23, 1986. Each of the animals in groups 1 and 4 was dosed with an oxfendazole pulse release bolus at turn-out, whereas the animals in groups 2 and 3 were left untreated. Parasite-free naive tracer calves were introduced into each paddock for a limited period 12 days after turn-out and again at the end of the trial.

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