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VIII. Immunity was established in six calves by one or more (up to six) series of inoculations with infective H. eontortus larvae. When a decrease in faecal egg count showed that immunity had been established the calves were placed on a diet of cottonseed hulls. In a variable time after feeding...

Author(s)
MAYHEW, R. L.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1945, 6, pp 21-27
Abstract

M. investigated the effect of artificial active and passive immunization on the development of H. contortus in young calves. Three calves were injected subcutaneously 9, 8 and 6 times respectively with a saline suspension of dried adult H. contortus. In two calves the course of the injections...

Author(s)
MAYHEW, R. L.
Publisher
Wash,
Citation
Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 1949, 16, pp 19-23
Abstract

This compound, marketed as "Neguvon, " as an emulsion or an aqueous solution was a safe and effective anthelmintic against Haemonchus placet and Oesophagostomum radiatum at a dose rate of 2 g./100 lb. body wt. A dose of 5 g./100 lb. body wt. was also highly effective against Bunostumum phlebotomum, ...

Author(s)
RIEK, R. F.; KEITH, R. K.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1958, 34, pp 93-103
Abstract

The effects of four diets on gastrointestinal parasitism were compared in 4 experiments using 20 steers. In the first three experiments fescue hay was compared with green lucerne hay and in the fourth fresh fescue was compared with grass plus clover. Animals in the test groups were dosed with...

Author(s)
Goldberg, A.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1959, 20, pp 806-814
Abstract

In an investigation into poor post-weaning performance of zebu cattle near Zaria, Nigeria, evidence of genetically controlled resistance to haemonchosis in one bull line is demonstrated. The influence of resistance on faecal egg counts, blood values, serum protein values, and weight gains is...

Author(s)
Ross, J. G.; LEE, R. P.; ARMOUR, J.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1959, 71, pp 27-31
Abstract

In 12 cows at pasture there was an increase in the faecal egg count at parturition. This finding is discussed.-T.E.G.R.

Author(s)
Corticelli, B.; Lai, M.
Publisher
Milano,
Citation
Veterinaria, 1960, 9, pp 292-296
Abstract

When calves of a line of zebu cattle that exhibited resistance to haemonchosis [see V.B. 29, 1842] were infected with strongyles, they had lower faecal egg counts and higher c.f. titres than calves of a susceptible line. Evidence suggests that c.f. antibody may be in the gamma 1 fraction of the...

Author(s)
Ross, J. G.; Armour, J.; Lee, R. P.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1960, 72, pp 119-122
Abstract

Four groups of cattle comprising together 2 cows, 2 steers and 51 calves, were treated with a mixture of phenothiazine, piperazine citrate and hexachloroethane for the control of gastro-intestinal parasites and liver fluke. The mixture also contained salts of iron, copper and cobalt. The drench was ...

Author(s)
Swanson, L. E.; Wade, A. E.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1961, 138, pp 1-6
Abstract

Methods for faecal egg counts, larval differentiation, and total worm counts in cattle are described. The different types of worm eggs found in cattle faeces are illustrated. Eggs of Bunostomum, Trie huris, Nematodirus, and Strongyloides as well as Moniezia are easily recognized but those of other...

Author(s)
Dewhirst, L. W.; Hansen, M. F.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1961, 56, pp 84-89
Abstract

I. In tests using 491 sheep and 435 cattle for evaluation of the anthelmintic activity of 2-(β-methoxyethyl) pyridine, (methyridine), criteria of efficiency were: P.M. findings in some; changes in the faecal egg counts of the remainder of the animals. The detailed tables of results show methyridine ...

Author(s)
Walley, J. K.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1961, 73, pp 159-167; 168

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