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Abstract

Two anthelmintic treatments at planned intervals and change of pasture at least every 2 weeks, coupled with simultaneous anthelmintic treatment of cattle on the same farm, reduced helminth infestation within a relatively short time and almost eradicated liver flukes. Administration of a 1: 10...

Author(s)
Golubev, N. F.
Publisher
Moscow.,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1957, 34, 5, pp 36-40 pp.
Abstract

The survival of Dictyocaulus larvae on pasture in the Moscow region, USSR, relative to temperature, sun/shade conditions and rainfall was observed for 2 years. The infection rates in cattle and sheep as conditioned by these factors over several years are reported.

Author(s)
Velichkin, P. A.
Publisher
"KOLOS", Moscow, USSR
Citation
Legochnye gel'mintozy zhvachnykh zhivotnykh. (Nauchnye Trudy VASKhNIL)., 1981, pp 3-9
Abstract

The first 2 sections of this thesis deal with the morphology, life-cycle, biology and ecology of O. circumcincta and the identification of L3 of gastro-intestinal strongyles and give a review of similar studies made in Australia and France with emphasis on the techniques used and interpretation of...

Author(s)
Meneau, B.
Publisher
Ecole Nationale Veterinaire d'Alfort, Paris., France
Citation
Les larves libres des strongles digestifs des ruminants: etude des relations entre les deplacements verticaux des larves d'Ostertagia circumcincta et les facteurs climatiques., 1981, pp 79 pp.
Abstract

Herbage samples from a previously grazed calf pasture were collected each week from May 1979 to September 1980, and stratified soil samples were collected on 10 occasions from October 1979 to September 1980. Infective larvae of Ostertagia spp. were present in soil on each occasion, usually to a...

Author(s)
Al Saqur, I.; Bairden, K.; Armour, J.; Gettinby, G.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1982, 32, 3, pp 332-337
Abstract

Four calves were experimentally infected with Dictyocaulus viviparus and two were also given laboratory cultured Pilobolus sporangia daily. As a result faeces from one pair contained D. viviparus larvae and Pilobolus spores,and the faeces from the other pair contained only lungworm larvae. Two...

Author(s)
Jorgensen, R. J.; Ronne, H.; Helsted, C.; Iskander, A. R.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1982, 10, 4, pp 331-339
Abstract

The results of two grazing experiments confirm that D. viviparus infection can overwinter on pasture and survive until the following midsummer without passage through grazing cattle. D. viviparus larvae were isolated from earthworms and shown to be infective to one of two susceptible calves. It is...

Author(s)
Oakley, G. A.
Citation
Proceedings. XIIth World Congress on Diseases of Cattle, the Netherlands. Volume I., 1982, pp 131-136
Abstract

The distribution of trichostrongyle infective larvae was investigated at three different times during the grazing season on a calf pasture in a district in the west of France. The grass was collected around the dated pats in several successive rings measured every 10 cm, and the larvae were...

Author(s)
Gruner, L.; Sauve, C.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1982, 11, 2, 3, pp 203-213
Abstract

Grass samples were taken at fortnightly intervals between May and October, over two years, from two farms at altitudes of 700 and 800 m, and from alpine pastures at 1200 and 1400 m. Calves were put to graze on the pastures for 2 weeks, housed for 3 weeks and then slaughtered. Large numbers of...

Author(s)
Prosl, H.
Citation
Tierarztliche Praxis, 1982, 10, 4, pp 471-480
Abstract

Field observations made on cattle pastures in the Ryazan region, USSR, showed 2 types of vegetation: type 1 - tall, dark green grasses growing in "islands" which are not eaten by the cattle until the end of the grazing period or in drought conditons when only the tips are eaten. Type 2 grass is...

Author(s)
Kozlov, D. P.
Publisher
"Nauka", Moscow, USSR
Citation
Gel'minty sel'skokhozyaĭstvennykh i okhotnich'e-promyslovykh zhivotnykh., 1984, pp 18-22
Abstract

Work on the role of Pilobolus in the dispersal of Dictyocaulus viviparus infective larvae on pasture showed a 19-fold increase in the recovery of larvae associated with the presence of Pilobolus. Wet and cloudy conditions favoured the growth of Pilobolus on dung pats. The forecasting of...

Author(s)
Somers, C. J.
Citation
Farm and Food Research, 1984, 15, 5, pp 135-137

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