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Systemic granulomatous disease in dairy cattle during a dicyandiamide feeding trial.

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Summary of "Systemic granulomatous disease in dairy cattle during a dicyandiamide feeding trial."

Mature, in-calf, non-lactating, Friesian or Friesian-cross cows were fed dicyandiamide (DCD) at daily doses of 0.15 g/kg (Group 1; n=31), 0.45 g/kg (Group 2; n=21) and 0.75 g/kg (Group 3; n=12), as part of a safety trial, which also included a control group (n=15). Daily health observations were carried out on each cow until Day 86 of the study. On Day 28 one cow from Group 3 was observed with signs of disease, and subsequently in other cows.

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Name: New Zealand veterinary journal
ISSN: 1176-0710
Pages: 1-17

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