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Effects of electro-immobilization with the Fennix Stockstill device on clinical, clinico-chemical and haematological values in cattle



Effects of electro-immobilization with the Fennix Stockstill device on clinical, clinico-chemical and haematological values in cattle



Untersuchungen uber die Auswirkungen der Elektroimmobilisation durch Feenix Stockstill auf klinische, klinisch chemische und hamatologische Parameter bei Rindern: 160



The effect of the Feenix Stockstill device, developed in Australia, on six nonpregnant and four pregnant cows and its practicability in the dehorning of cattle were studied. There were increases of rectal temperature during and of salivation and transpiration rates during and after application. All animals showed reactions during dehorning. Increases of blood CK and AST activities within 2-3 days indicated diffuse muscle cell damage.

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