cattle, grubs, paste formulation, anthelmintic
Eighty-nine bull and heifer crossbred beef calves were utilized in five treatments t o determine the effect of famphur administered as a paste for grub control. The five treatments were (1) experimental paste-0% famphur or control (A), (2) experimental paste-14.4% famphur (B), (3) experimental paste-21.6X famphur (C), (4) experimental paste-28.8% famphur (Dl and (5) Warbex famphur pour-on plus tramisol levamisole gel (El. In all treatments in which famphur was administered (B, C, D and E) effective control of grubs was accomplished. Weight gains were 355, 360, 384, 355 and 356 lb for bulls in groups A, B, C. D and E, respectively, and 214, 212, 217, 226 and 201 lb for heifers in groups A, B, C, D and E, respectively.
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Miller, H.L.; Delay, R.L.; and Haigh, R., "Determination of an Optimal Single Dose of Famphur Administered om Combination with Levamisole in a Paste Formulation for Grub Control in Beef Calves" (1986). South Dakota Beef Report, 1986. 19.