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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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