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A study was undertaken to ascertain the prophylactic effect on gastrointestinal helminthiasis of a single ivermectin treatment (0.2 µg/kg) of calves 3 weeks after a late (June) turnout on mown pasture and 2 ivermectin treatments of calves 3 and 8 weeks after an early turnout (May). The single...

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Eysker, M.; Kooyman, F. N. J.; Wemmenhove, R.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1988, 27, 3-4, pp 345-352
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The efficacy of febantel (5.0 mg/kg) against naturally acquired infections of gastrointestinal nematodes was evaluated in calves during the winter in Oregon, USA. 20 steers were allotted to either control or treatment groups of 10 animals each. 7 days after treatment, the calves were killed and...

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Hoberg, E. P.; Zimmerman, G. L.; Rickard, L. G.; Schons, D. J.
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American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1988, 49, 9, pp 1540-1542
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The patterns of gastrointestinal and lung helminth infections in grazing calves were studied in 2 small grazing experiments carried out between May and October in 1985 and 1986, respectively, at Utrecht State University, Netherlands. During Dictyocaulus viviparus infection, a very rapid translation ...

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Eysker, M.; Miltenburg, L van
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1988, 29, 1, pp 29-39
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Ten young cattle were dosed with a suspension of netobimin at 7.5 mg/kg body weight, and another 10 were injected i.m. at 12.5 mg/kg; a third group of 10 served as untreated controls. They were killed 7-8 days after treatment. The orally administered anthelmintic was 98% effective against adult ...

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Klein, M.; Bauer, C.; Bürger, H. J.
Citation
Tierärztliche Umschau, 1990, 45, 7, pp 471-472, 475-476
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The most common gastrointestinal nematodes found in cattle in the midwestern states of the USA (Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Missouri, Kansas, Wisconsin) are O. ostertagia and Cooperia oncophora. Other parasites included Haemonchus placei, Bunostomum phlebotomum and Nematodirus...

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Stromberg, B. E.; Corwin, R. M.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 46, 1-4, pp 297-302
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In an experiment conducted in South East Zealand, Denmark, in the 1991 grazing season, the size and composition of O. ostertagi worm burdens was investigated in tracer calves grazed in early autumn. Two groups of first season cross breed Limousin × Red Danish heifer calves (groups T1 and T2) were...

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Satrija, F.; Nansen, P.
Citation
Bulletin of the Scandinavian Society for Parasitology, 1993, 3, 1, pp 20-22

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