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Abstract

V. Parasites of cattle are described and illustrated. Life-histories and methods of control are discussed.
The following parasites are dealt with: -Haematopinus eurysternus, Linognathus vituli, Bovicola bovis, Boophilus microplus, Lyperosia exigua, Paramphistomum cervi, Fasciola hepatica, Moniezia...

Author(s)
Roberts, F. H. S.
Citation
Anim. Hlth. Stn. Dep. Agric. Qd. adv. Leafl., 1934, 7, pp 16
Abstract

I. Parasitic gastro-enteritis is not uncommon in Queensland, particularly in young cattle. Outbreaks are most numerous during winter and spring and in the coastal and sub-coastal areas, where the annual rainfall is from 25-160 inches. Haemonchus contortus, Cooperia pectinata, C. punctata, and ...

Author(s)
Roberts, F. H. S.
Citation
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland, 1939, 50, pp 46-54
Abstract

Six calves in poor condition, obtained from herds where losses due to parasitic gastroenteritis had occurred, were dosed with unconditioned phenothiazine (i.e. without a wetting agent) after 24 hours' fasting. The doses, varying from 0.44-1.1 g. per kg. body weight (50-80 g. per animal), were given ...

Author(s)
Swanson, L. E.; Porter, D. A.; Connelly, J. W.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1940, 96, pp 704-707
Abstract

Calves grazing pastures contaminated by cattle acquired appreciably more Haemonchus contortus than did lambs sharing the pasture; when lambs and calves followed infested sheep, the lambs acquired more than the calves. Calves grazing pasture further contaminated by cattle infested with H. contortus...

Author(s)
Porter, D A.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1953, 14, pp 550-554
Abstract

In an experiment with 13 sheep the authors found that fresh infective larvae of Ostertagia ostertagi and of Oesophagostomum radiatum of cattle were able to maintain themselves for short periods in sheep. In sheep that acquired infestation with the latter worm, tissue penetration and gross lesions...

Author(s)
Herlich, H.; Stewart, T. B.
Publisher
Wash.,
Citation
Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 1954, 21, pp 121-123
Abstract

Control of Haemonchus contortus, and Oesophagostomum radiatum, in calves, was obtained by allowing them free access to a 10% phenothiazine-mineral mixture. The maximum individual intake of phenothiazine was 3 g. daily, which occurred during the spring and summer. No effect was observed on ...

Author(s)
Herlich, H.; Porter, D. A.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1954, 49, pp 103-106
Abstract

The administration of phenothiazine in various diets at a rate of 0.5 g. per 100 1b. body wt. per day controlled Haemonchus contortus, Oesophagostomum radiatum and Bunostomum phlebotomum; little effect was noted on species of Cooperia, Trichostrongylus axei or Ostertagia ostertagi and none on ...

Author(s)
Dennis, W. R.; Swanson, L. E.; Stone, W. M.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1955, 50, pp 379-389; 392
Abstract

Of 8 Jersey steers, naturally parasitized, 4 were treated with an emulsion of Dow ET-57 and 4 with a wettable powder formulation. All were treated at a rate of 100 mg./kg. body wt., with total dosages between 5.4 and 15.25 g. The species of nematodes affected, average efficacy, range of efficacy...

Author(s)
Herlich, H.; Johnson, J. M.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1957, 43, 5, Sect. 2, pp 19 p
Abstract

A single dose of piperazine citrate soln. equivalent to 7.1 or 14.2 g. /100 Ib. of anhydrous piperazine eliminated all mature Oesophagostomum radiatum from 10 calves. 97.6% of Cooperia spp. were eliminated with 14.2 g./100 Ib. and 76.4% with 7.1 g./100 Ib. The respective percentages of other...

Author(s)
Swanson, L. E.; Stone, W. M.; Wade, A. E.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1957, 130, pp 252-254
Abstract

Observations over 4 winters indicated the survival of the free-living stages of Ostertagia ostertagi, Nematodirus helvetianus, Cooperia oncophora, C. punctata, Trichuris sp., and Moniezia sp. on blue-grass pasture in central Kentucky. There was no evidence that Haemonchus sp. and Oesophagostomum...

Author(s)
Drudge, J. H.; Leland, S. E. Jr.; Wyant, Z. N.; Rust, J. W.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1958, 44, pp 434-438

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