Effect of a peri-parturient eprinomectin treatment of dairy cows on milk production.

@article{McPherson2001EffectOA,
  title={Effect of a peri-parturient eprinomectin treatment of dairy cows on milk production.},
  author={Wm. B. McPherson and R. P. Gogolewski and B Slacek and A. S. Familton and Sheila J. Gross and Ana E. Maciel and Will G. Ryan},
  journal={New Zealand veterinary journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={49 3},
  pages={
          106-10
        }
}
AIM To quantify and economically evaluate the effect on milk production of peri-parturient treatment of dairy cows with eprinomectin. METHODS On 3 farms in separate geographic areas of New Zealand, 849 first-calf heifers and multiparous cows were ranked and paired within parity, date of calving and expected milk production. Within pairs, cows were randomly allocated to treatment with either a commercial formulation of eprinomectin, applied at a dose rate of 500 mug/kg liveweight, or an… CONTINUE READING

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