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Pour-on applications of Ruelene For cattle grub control

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L. A. Riehl, University of California
D. G. Addis, Riverside County
J. B. Burgess, Lake County
A. S. Deal, U. C. Riverside

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California Agriculture 19(9):5-5.

Published September 01, 1965

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Successful feedlot applications of Ruelene for cattle grub control were made on steers and heifers of several breeds with short- to long-hair coats. Treatments were made, on arrival, in September and October at Imperial Valley feedlots, to animals brought in mostly from Arizona and Texas. Control was effective with Ruelene at 50 mg/kg applied by the pour-on method. No serious effects from using Ruelene on the cattle were observed, and the occasional instances of very temporary side-effects were not considered harmful.

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Assistance with this project was received from Allied Farms, Blythe; L. Anderholt and Sons, Holtville; Anderson Brothers, Calexico; Holly Sugar Company, El Centro; Jack Ivey, Indio; Morton and Nowell, Blythe; Vail Company, Temecula; and Hal Williams and Sons, Riverside.

Pour-on applications of Ruelene For cattle grub control

L. A. Riehl, D. G. Addis, J. B. Burgess, A. S. Deal
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Pour-on applications of Ruelene For cattle grub control

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

L. A. Riehl, University of California
D. G. Addis, Riverside County
J. B. Burgess, Lake County
A. S. Deal, U. C. Riverside

Publication Information

California Agriculture 19(9):5-5.

Published September 01, 1965

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Successful feedlot applications of Ruelene for cattle grub control were made on steers and heifers of several breeds with short- to long-hair coats. Treatments were made, on arrival, in September and October at Imperial Valley feedlots, to animals brought in mostly from Arizona and Texas. Control was effective with Ruelene at 50 mg/kg applied by the pour-on method. No serious effects from using Ruelene on the cattle were observed, and the occasional instances of very temporary side-effects were not considered harmful.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Assistance with this project was received from Allied Farms, Blythe; L. Anderholt and Sons, Holtville; Anderson Brothers, Calexico; Holly Sugar Company, El Centro; Jack Ivey, Indio; Morton and Nowell, Blythe; Vail Company, Temecula; and Hal Williams and Sons, Riverside.


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