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Study supports herd-wide reduction in calf diarrhea

Study conducted in association with Cornell University demonstrates significant benefits of prophylactic formulation of Croton lechleri extract.

Jaguar Animal Health Inc., an animal health company focused on developing and commercializing first-in-class gastrointestinal products for companion and production animals, foals and high-value horses, announced Feb. 14 the publication of a study in the Journal of Dairy Science, the official journal of the American Dairy Science Assn.

The study, “Prophylactic Use of a Standardized Botanical Extract for the Prevention of Naturally Occurring Diarrhea in Newborn Holstein C

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