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Comparison of cobalt supplemented anthelmintics and injected vitamin B12 for cobalt-deficient lambs



Comparison of cobalt supplemented anthelmintics and injected vitamin B12 for cobalt-deficient lambs



Veterinary Record 126(8): 192-193



Ten cobalt-depleted lambs weighing 22 kg were given 500 mg cyanocobalamin by s/c injection and 8 lambs were given 2.5 mg Co orally in Valbazen SC (an albendazole anthelmintic supplemented with Se and Co). Control lambs (7) received neither Co nor B12 supplement. Control and injected lambs received Valbazen supplemented with Se alone providing the same amount of Se as the Valbazen group.

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