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Abstract

In 1979, 73.5% of 930 deer from 5 districts of Czechoslovakia were shown to be infected with helminths by both examination of the alimentary tract and lungs at autopsy and of the faeces. The most frequent gastrointestinal nematodes were Chabertia ovina (in 58.4%), Ostertaginae (30.1%), Trichuris...

Author(s)
Skvor, J.
Citation
Sbornik Vedeckych Praci, USVU, Praha, 1981, No.11, pp 133-140
Abstract

Faecal examinations were carried out over one year in a 950-head farm where calves were reared in pens of five up to 30 days, then in pens of 15. By 30 days of age 56% of weaned calves yielded coccidial oocysts; 28% were infected with one species, 16% two and 12% three. Eimeria bovis and E. zuerni...

Author(s)
Bejsovec, J.; Donat, K.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences,
Citation
Veterinarni Medicina, 1982, 27, 7, pp 405-417
Abstract

In Czechoslovakia, a total of 2787 calves aged 1 to 60 days and reared under various large-scale systems were examined for coccidia and helminths. Of 1799 calves investigated in various cow-houses, calving pens and rearing sheds, 38.8% excreted coccidia including 23.8% Eimeria zuernii, 19.3% E....

Author(s)
Bejšovec, J.
Citation
Acta Veterinaria, Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1984, 53, 3/4, pp 183-192
Abstract

Over the 10 year period, 442 700 faecal and skin samples from cattle and 106 821 samples from sheep were tested in state veterinary laboratories in Czechoslovakia. The mean infection rates for cattle and sheep were: coccidia 3.1-5.7% and 15.9-20.2%, respectively, Fasciola hepatica 1.1-5.1% and...

Author(s)
Zajíček, D.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1987, 37, 3, pp 114-116
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