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Lambs, weaned from ewes at 24 hours of age, were reared on bovine milk and maintained under quarantine conditions in quarters with concrete floors that were swept daily and disinfected weekly. They were free from trichostrongyles as determined by faecal examinations. At various ages ranging from 1...

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Cameron, H. S.; Stewart, M. A.
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Journal of Parasitology, 1937, 23, pp 569-570
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Tests on a limited scale of the anthelmintic efficiency of tetramisole are reported. By means of total tracheotomy and the recovery of worms from bronchial mucus of calves experimentally infected with Dictyocaulus viviparus it was shown that the drug given at the rate of 10 mg/kg led to the...

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Supperer, R.; Pfeiffer, H.
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Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1966, 73, pp 513-518
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In order to ascertain whether relatively small scarabaeoid beetles might affect the numbers of trichostrongylid eggs in the faeces of sheep and cattle, adults of Aphodius vittatus Say, A. coloradensis Horn and A. granarius (L.) were placed on or near faeces containing eggs of Trichostrongylus...

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Bergstrom, R. C.; Maki, L. R.; Werner, B. A.
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Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 1976, 43, 2, pp 171-174
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Between 1979 and 1983 on 14 alpine pastures at altitudes of 600-2000 m, 200 cattle were monitored and grass and faeces samples taken at least once a month during the snow-free period. Meteorological data were collected throughout the study. Temperatures in faeces were about 2°C higher than in...

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Prosl, H.
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Wiener Tierärztliche Monatsschrift, 1986, 73, 10;11;12, pp 338-358; 379...392; 422...440
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Thirty-nine weaned steer calves (mean weight 284 kg) were maintained under dry-lot conditions and assigned (based on faecal egg count) to one of 3 treatment groups of 13 animals each as follows: control (no treatment), fenbendazole (5 mg/kg), and ivermectin (0.2 mg/kg). Faecal samples were...

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Miller, J. E.; Morrison, D. G.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 43, 3/4, pp 265-270
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Between 1986 and 1989, the development and survival of free-living stages of nematodes parasitic in cattle were studied in dung pats on a native pasture in Lages, Santa Catarina, Brazil. The area has a humid mesothermal climate with a fresh summer (Köppen type Cfb). Six 7- to 8-month-old Charolais...

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Ramos, C. I.; Pfuetzenreiter, M. R.; Costa, F. S. da; Dalagnol, C. A.
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Revista Brasileira de Parasitologia Veterinária, 1993, 2, 2, pp 133-140
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Seasonal variations in cattle gastrointestinal nematodes were studied int 2 villages (Aydın and Peçenek) near Ankara, Turkey, during 1989 and 1990. In general, larval contamination of pastures by strongyle larvae was low, with relatively higher numbers occurring in the winter and spring. The...

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Tiğin, Y.; Burgu, A.; Doğanay, A.; Öge, H.; Öge, S.
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Doğa, Türk Veterinerlik ve Hayvancılık Dergisi, 1993, 17, 4, pp 341-349
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To determine the most efficient microclimatic factors in bovine faeces that could explain the rate of development of parasitic nematode species, experimental pats were deposited in 3 locations (sun, shade and laboratory) in central-west Argentina during summer, autumn and winter seasons. Faecal...

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Rossanigo, C. E.; Gruner, L.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1994, 55, 4, pp 317-325
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Suarez, V. H.; Busetti, M. R.; Lorenzo, R. M.; Babinec, F. J.
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Revista de Medicina Veterinaria (Buenos Aires), 1994, 75, 6, pp 426...436
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Strategic feeding of first-season Friesian heifer calves, each inoculated with 5000 infective larvae of Ostertagia ostertagi, with the microfungus Duddingtonia flagrans (DSM 6703) grown on barley grain at the rate of 200 g dry weight/animal/day, with ∼106 chlamydospores/g, throughout the first 3...

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Nansen, P.; Larsen, M.; Grønvold, J.; Wolstrup, J.; Zorn, A.; Henriksen, S. A.
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Parasitology Research, 1995, 81, 5, pp 371-374

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