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Preliminary Field Testing of an Antidiarrheal for Calves

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Title: Preliminary Field Testing of an Antidiarrheal for Calves
Author: Nermoe, Perry J.; Staples, George E.
Description: No "one shot" prevention or cure for diarrhea (scours) in calves has yet been developed or is likely to be developed in the near future. Various methods have been used with some degree of success in reducing death losses from this complex disease. Prevention and therapy measures have included various vaccines, antiserums, sulfa drugs, antibiotics, electrolytes (both oral and injectable) antidiarrheals such as Kao-pectate and carob flour as well as such home remedies as raw eggs, Gatorade, formalin, household bleach, fresh grated nutmeg and Pepto Bismol.
Date: 1981
Subject: Cattle diseases
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/5470

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