The tests demonstrated that single doses of from 8 to 15 dr. aloes and daily doses for five days of from 30 to 60 gm. aloes to cattle do not cause ticks to leave their hosts, and no dead ticks were found on the animals. Apart from the negative effect on the ticks, the disadvantageous effect on the animals in producing marked purgation makes this
treatment most undesirable.
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