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A study was undertaken to evaluate the efficacy of indigenous herbal formualtion comprising of bark of A. indica, seeds of Nigella sativa and Butea frondosa and fruits of Piper longum against clinical helmintic infection in goats at dose levels 5 and 10 gm/day/ animal once a day and twice a day. Administration of the herbal formulation twice a day significantly reduced the worm infection and found to be more effective as compared to administration of the doses once a day.


Journal article


Indian Veterinary Journal

Publication Date





1157 - 1159