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Recently acquired knowledge of the major internal parasites of cattle in France is reviewed with regard to cattle production in the country, the major internal parasites of cattle that occur in the various districts of France, pathology (focusing on ostertagiasis), epidemiology, prevention and...

Author(s)
Raynaud, J. P.; Mage, C.; Le Stang, J. P.
Citation
Annales de Recherches Veterinaires, 1981, 12, 2, pp 143-157
Abstract

A total of 3897 randomly selected samples of fresh individual faeces and 126 liquid manure samples at different stages of processing were collected at 2-month intervals over a 2-year period from 2 beef cattle herds each of 3000 head and 2 dairy herds of 480 and 1200 cows with different systems of...

Author(s)
Siewinski, A.
Citation
Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej we Wroclawiu, Weterynaria, 1982, No.39, pp 127-144
Abstract

The associated diseases recorded in farm animals in Mordovia, USSR, and their pathology and treatment are described. The following diseases are considered: Dictyocaulus viviparus + Pasteurella multocida and D. viviparus + Diplococcus septicus in calves; Mycobacterium tuberculosis bovinus +...

Author(s)
Gorbov, Yu. K.; Machinskiĭ, A. P.
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"Kolos", Moscow, USSR
Citation
Parazitotsenozy i assotsiativnye bolezni., 1984, pp 235-252
Abstract

In the Padana Valley, Italy in 1982 and 1983, 215 beef cattle imported from France, 340 from Poland and 320 from Yugoslavia were examined parasitologically on their arrival and subsequently every 30 days during a 320-day fattening period. 97.5% of the French, 39% of the Polish and 18% of the...

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Genchi, C.; Traldi, G.; Bossi, P.
Citation
Clinica Veterinaria, 1985, 108, 3, pp 173-179
Abstract

Faeces were examined from 14 069 animals in large herds in central Bohemia. Of 2084 calves in calving houses, 36% had coccidia and 2.5% gastrointestinal (GI) nematodes; of 1129 examined after transfer to large calf houses, these figures were 57.8 and 7.1% and rose to 72.4 and 10.9% in 4612 animals...

Author(s)
Bejšovec, J.
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Brno, 1991, 60, 2, pp 205-212

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