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The derivation of a method using resident and tracer calves to determine whether or not Ostertagia ostertagi had arrested its development in cattle during the summer is described. Application of this method to the O. ostertagi population in calves in Missouri, USA, during winter 1980-81 showed...

Author(s)
Brauer, M. A.; Corwin, R. M.
Citation
Bovine Practitioner, 1984, No.19, pp 208-212
Abstract

A single generation of O. ostertagi was found to occur each year in central Missouri with peak numbers of infective larvae appearing on the pastures in April and peak numbers of adult worms accumulating in grazing calves in August. Developmental arrest occurred from late March to late July and was...

Author(s)
Brauer, M. A.
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts International, B, 1984, 44, 10, pp 2945
Abstract

Traditionally, anthelmintic administration to beef cows and calves in Missouri is often erratic; anthelmintics are usually given to cows and/or calves at autumn weaning. Oral administration of fenbendazole (10% suspension, 10 mg/kg of body weight) to 10 cows immediately after calving in mid-March...

Author(s)
Bumgarner, S. C.; Brauer, M. A.; Corwin, R. M.; Thomas, E. A.; Myers, G. H.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1986, 189, 4, pp 427-431
Abstract

The most common gastrointestinal nematodes found in cattle in the midwestern states of the USA (Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Missouri, Kansas, Wisconsin) are O. ostertagia and Cooperia oncophora. Other parasites included Haemonchus placei, Bunostomum phlebotomum and Nematodirus...

Author(s)
Stromberg, B. E.; Corwin, R. M.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 46, 1-4, pp 297-302
Abstract

This study was conducted to assess effectiveness, safety and benefit of injectable moxidectin compared to an injectable ivermectin-clorsulon combination. A total 2,022 stocker calves maintained on 11 Arkansas and Missouri cattle farms were randomly and evenly allocated on each farm into either the...

Author(s)
Yazwinski, T. A.; Tucker, C. A.; Powell, J. G.; Reynolds, J.; Johnson, Z. B.; Moore, J. J.; Prewett, C.; Griffin, D.; Haller, B.
Publisher
American Association of Bovine Practitioners, Stillwater, USA
Citation
Bovine Practitioner, 2007, 41, 2, pp 146-150
Abstract

Seven studies were conducted in commercial grazing operations to confirm anthelmintic efficacy, assess acceptability, and measure the productivity response of cattle to treatment with eprinomectin in an extended-release injectable formulation (ERI) when exposed to nematode infected pastures for 120 ...

Author(s)
Kunkle, B. N.; Williams, J. C.; Johnson, E. G.; Stromberg, B. E.; Yazwinski, T. A.; Smith, L. L.; Yoon, S.; Cramer, L. G.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2013, 192, 4, pp 332-337

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