Transfer of chlortetracycline from contaminated feedingstuff to cows' milk.

@article{McEvoy2000TransferOC,
  title={Transfer of chlortetracycline from contaminated feedingstuff to cows' milk.},
  author={John D. G. McEvoy and C Sinclair Mayne and Higgins Higgins and D. Glenn Kennedy},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={2000},
  volume={146 4},
  pages={102-6}
}
Three groups of four Friesian cows in mid-lactation were fed a compound feedingstuff contaminated with 2, 10 or 300 mg chlortetracycline/kg for 21 days, and were then fed an uncontaminated diet for seven days. A fourth group of four cows was fed an uncontaminated diet throughout the study. Daily pooled milk samples from each cow were analysed by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) with a detection limit of 50 microg chlortetracycline/litre. Chlortetracycline was detected in only two… CONTINUE READING
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