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On the basis of his own work in which he compared the efficacies of tetramisole, pyrantel tartrate and phenothiazine against trichostrongyles in sheep, Magyar considers tetramisole (Biverm) to be the drug of choice. He also found it to be effective against Ostertagia ostertagi in cattle (96.9%...

Author(s)
Magyar, K.
Citation
Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 1975, 30, 4, pp 279-280
Abstract

Six groups, each of six calves, either grazed the same paddock over an entire season, or were moved before the July rise in herbage contamination to paddocks not grazed earlier in the same season. A comparison was also made between animals receiving no anthelmintic treatment, animals treated 3...

Author(s)
Henriksen, S. A.; Joergensen, R. J.; Nansen, P.; Sejrsen, K.; Larsen, J. B.; Klausen, S.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1976, 2, 3, pp 259-272
Abstract

In the first of 2 trials in Ireland treatment of calves in mid-October with albendazole or levamisole (both at 7.5 mg/kg body-weight) reduced faecal egg counts to near zero after 5 days. Worm counts after 13 days showed that the 2 drugs eliminated, respectively, 100 and 95% of adult Ostertagia...

Author(s)
Downey, N. E.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1978, 103, 19, pp 427-428
Abstract

Research work briefly reported includes: integrated control of gastro-intestinal nematodes in calves, and in young sheep; nematode faecal egg counts in relation to host haemoglobin type; population dynamics of trichostrongylid infections in young sheep; vaccination of sheep with Nematodirus spp....

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Government Printer., Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
Annual report of Agricultural Research Division, 1976-1977., 1978, pp 251 pp.
Abstract

In Normandy, France, from May 1977, 42 calves grazed pasture contaminated with gastrointestinal nematode larvae. In early July, 2 groups of 19 calves were treated with fenbendazole (group 1) or levamisole (group 2), both at 7.5 mg/kg body-weight. At the end of August group 1 calves were treated...

Author(s)
Le Stang, J. P.; Hubert, J.; Kerboeuf, D.
Citation
Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 1978, 129, 10, pp 1355-1362, 1365-1369
Abstract

In Experiment 1 three groups of worm-free lambs were given 5000 Trichostrongylus colubriformis larvae daily for 23 days. Two groups were medicated in the food for 28 days with either 1.0 or 1.25 mg/kg/day morantel tartrate. The third group remained unmedicated as control. Post-mortem worm counts...

Author(s)
Jones, R. M.; Pott, J. M.; Cornwell, R. L.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 1978, 134, 2, pp 166-170
Abstract

Fifteen 18-month-old heifers, before being turned on to contaminated pasture, were given a bolus designed to release 0.65-1.11 mg of morantel base per kg body weight daily for up to 90 days. Faecal egg counts remained low throughout the summer, and were on average 70% lower than in a control group...

Author(s)
Gibbs, H. C.; Kitsos, A.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1985, 46, 11, pp 2241-2244
Abstract

For 50 weeks Holstein-Friesian cows in 14 blocks of 2 cows each, balanced for previous lactation performance, stage of lactation and parity number, were untreated or were treated with coumaphos on day 0 (December) according to manufacturer's recommendations and were re-treated when faecal worm egg...

Author(s)
Takagi, H.; Block, E.
Citation
Canadian Journal of Animal Science, 1986, 66, 1, pp 141-150
Abstract

The efficacy of netobimin in removing naturally acquired gastrointestinal nematode infections was evaluated in 10 treated and 10 untreated yearling beef heifers. The anthelmintic was administered as an oral drench at a dose level of 7.5 mg/kg bwt. Faecal egg counts were reduced with netobimin by...

Author(s)
Richards, L. S.; Zimmerman, G. L.; Weber, D. W.; Dawley, S. W.; Nelson, M. J.; Schons, D. J.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1987, 26, 1-2, pp 79-85
Abstract

In field trials in 1983-84, Hereford weaner steers were given no anthelmintic treatment or were treated with morantel slow release bolus, pour-on levamisole or albendazole orally. Nematode egg counts in faeces were generally <50/g, indicating low numbers of adult nematodes. Treatment significantly affected mean faecal egg count, those for controls and morantel being 16 and 10/g above the overall mean (47/g) and levamisole and albendazole 6 and 12/g below the mean. There were no significant differences between treatments in numbers of larvae on pasture. At the end of both years most nematodes were early 4th stage larvae of O. ostertagi. There were no significant differences in nematode counts or...

Author(s)
Riffkin, G. G.; Callinan, A. P. L.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1987, 64, 6, pp 168-172

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