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The effects of fenbendazole preventive parasite treatment on gains in beef cattle


, : The effects of fenbendazole preventive parasite treatment on gains in beef cattle. Progress Report Texas Agricultural Experiment Station ( PR-4819-4865): 137-140

Field data trials performed in various counties in Texas, USA, by the Texas Agricultural Extension Service were analyzed to determine the effects of strategic deworming programmes with fenbendazole on weight gains of cattle. The trials were separated into 3 different management groups: stocker cattle, cow/calf systems using split-pasture protocol, and cow/calf systems using other experimental methods referred to as demonstrations.

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