Aureomycin in livestock feed: Antibiotic in form of a prepared alfalfa-base pellet added to ration in feeding trials with weaner calves and yearlings
Blaine McGowan, University of California
Reuben Albaugh, University of California
California Agriculture 12(1):12-13. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v012n01p12.
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Recently beef and lamb producers have adopted the practice—formerly restricted to poultry and swine producers—of adding antibiotics to livestock rations.
Blaine McGowan is Assistant Professor of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis. Reuben Albaugh is Extension Animal Husbandman, University of California, Davis.
Norman E. Nichols, Modoc County; Jesse W. Baquette, Shasta County; and Alva W. Mitchell. Butte County; Farm Advisors, University of California, cooperated in the feeding trials reported here.
The experiments with antibiotics in Iowa referred to in the above progress report were carried on by Dr. Wise Burroughs; those in Florida, by Dr. T. J. Cunha; and in Indiana, by Dr. T. W. Perry.