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Agalactia in she-camel and its response to Leptaden therapy

, : Agalactia in she-camel and its response to Leptaden therapy. Indian Veterinary Journal 65(6): 551-552

Five camels with post-parturient agalactia were given 15 Leptaden tablets (a herbal preparation) twice a day for 7 days, and then the dose was reduced gradually until it was stopped completely.

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