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Strategic timed used of fenbendazole deworming blocks in stocker cattle



Strategic timed used of fenbendazole deworming blocks in stocker cattle



Bovine Practitioner (23): 102-107



Groups of 25 cattle were treated with fenbendazole (Panacur, 5 mg/kg) by oral drench (group I) or ivermectin (Ivomec, 200 micro g/kg) subcutaneously (group II) before being turned out on separate pastures known to be contaminated with helminth larvae. Group I animals were provided with fenbendazole-medicated blocks (Safeguard Dewormer Block, designed to deliver 5 mg/kg fenbendazole over 3 days) for 3 days from day 21 after grazing began and from day 42.

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