Productivity of Boran cattle maintained with chemoprophylaxis under high tsetse challenge at Mkwaja ranch in Tanzania. 1. Ranch organization and animal health management
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Studies the productivity of Zebu cattle at Mkwaja ranch in Tanzania, upgraded by the importation of Boran bulls and semen from Kenya and maintained under the successful trypanocidal drug strategy; discusses the proper management of acaricides and anthelmintics, as well as bacterial and viral vaccines to keep the major infectious diseases on the ranch under control.
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