Benzene Hexachloride as a Cattle Dip

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1950
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Worsley, R. R. Le G.
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This paper describes experiments carried out with Benzene Hexachloride (B.H.C.) to determine whether it is a satisfactory substitute for arsenic as a cattle dip. B.H.C. dips have been produced which, if correctly used, are at least as efficient as arsenic dips in controlling ticks on cattle. They are quite safe to use even at several times the recommended strength, and dipping, may be done at any time of the day without risk.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 15 (3), p. 127-145
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