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Abstract

A study was made of the possibility of reducing lungworm infections in young grazing calves by rotational grazing for weekly periods on 6 paddocks in the Netherlands. For this purpose 3 groups of 4 calves each were grazed on separate pastures in 1989, whereas a 4th group served as a permanently...

Author(s)
Eysker, M.; Boersema, J. H.; Cornelissen, J. B. W. J.; Kooyman, F. N. J.; Leeuw, W. A. de
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 41, 1-2, pp 127-135
Abstract

Rotation of grazing once a week during the grazing season prevented the occurrence of severe lungworm infections and permitted the development of immunity to Dictyocaulus viviparus, but it failed to protect calves from gastrointestinal helminths; calves which grazed for only 4 days in August or...

Author(s)
Eysker, M.; Boersma, J. H.; Cornelissen, J. B. W. J.; Kooyman, F. N. J.; Leeuw, W. A. de; Saatkamp, H. W.
Citation
Veterinary Quarterly, 1993, 15, 1, pp 20-24
Abstract

The causes of outbreaks of lungworm disease (Dictyocaulus viviparus) were determined from the herd histories of 25 affected herds of young cattle in the province of Utrecht, Netherlands. The results indicated that light pasture contamination by carriers and subsequent auto-infections are the most...

Author(s)
Saatkamp, H. W.; Eysker, M.; Verhoeff, J.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1994, 53, 3/4, pp 253-261
Abstract

The results of a survey on the prevalence of patent lungworm (Dictyocaulus viviparus) infections in herds of dairy cows in the Netherlands are presented. Low patent infections were recorded in February-March on 6 out of 40 farms in at least one out of 40 cows. Between mid-April and mid-June low...

Author(s)
Eysker, M.; Claessens, E. W.; Lam, T. J. G. M.; Moons, M. J.; Pijpers, A.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1994, 53, 3/4, pp 263-267