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Systemic insecticides for the control of cattle hypodermosis in Israel

, : Systemic insecticides for the control of cattle hypodermosis in Israel. Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine 44(2): 149

The 2 cattle warble flies, Hypoderma lineatum and H. bovis cause serious economic losses to meat and skins as a result of the larvae burrowing through muscle and back tissue. The systemic insecticides Warbex (famphur), GX-118 (phosmet), Neguvon (trichlorfon) and Ivomec (ivermectin) were evaluated in hypodermosis control in cattle. The first 3 preparations were applied as pour-ons along the back of the animals being treated; ivermectin was injected s/c.

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