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Jantana, a herbal powder containing, among other substances, Artemesia maritima, Brassica nigra and Cassia lanceolata, was given, in hard gelatin capsules, at 10 g/adult animal and 5 g/calf daily for 7 days to 20 cattle. Faecal samples from 26 cattle examined before treatment showed Haemonchus sp....

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Sharma, L. K.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1993, 70, 5, pp 459-460
Abstract

To confirm that 'sudden death' in calves in Japan is caused by hyperinfection with Strongyloides papillosus (SPL), an experimental infection of SPL in calves was conducted. 15 Holstein Friesian calves, ranging from 45.5 to 85.6 kg in bwt, were divided into 6 groups. Calves of groups A, B, C, D, E,...

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Taira, N.; Nakamura, Y.; Tsuji, N.; Kubo, M.; Ura, S.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 42, 3/4, pp 247-256
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From June to November, 1986, a biweekly parasitological survey was carried out on calves on a farm, where sudden death due to an unknown cause had occurred since 1983; 20 newborn calves introduced on the farm at 4 different times (4 groups) were examined by the modified McMaster technique. ...

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Ideguchi, H.; Matsuda, M.; Taira, N.; Nishitateno, H.; Nishi, S.
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Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1992, 45, 10, pp 747-751
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In recent years, a total of 152 calves have died suddenly on 3 farms in the southern part of Japan which used sawdust as litter. Calves often died within a few minutes of a violent fall without showing previous clinical signs. On necropsy of these cases, only a slight lesion was observed, although...

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Taira, N.; Ura, S.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1991, 39, 3-4, pp 313-319
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The incidence of gastrointestinal parasites in calves in and around Ranchi, Bihar, India during 1989, is reported. Faecal samples from 300 calves were examined and 185 (61.6%) proved positive for parasitic infection. Of the positive samples, 84.8% were caused by nematode infections, 3.24% by...

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Pradhan, K. B.; Thakur, D. K.; Sudhan, N. A.
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Journal of Research, Birsa Agricultural University, 1991, 3, 1, pp 123
Abstract

A total of 1780 random faecal samples were collected from sheep, goats, cattle and camels in different regions of Oman, and examined for parasites. The most widespread parasite, Eimeria sp., found in 61.8% of the samples, caused wasting, debility and diarrhoea, especially in young livestock. Of the ...

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Tawfik, M. A. A.; Al-Sumry, H. S.
Citation
World Animal Review, 1991, No. 66, pp 64-67
Abstract

A programme of health visits was conducted in West Java to identify diseases and other disorders occurring in draught animals. Diarrhoea and skin conditions occurred more frequently in buffaloes than cattle, and diarrhoea was reported exclusively in calves up to the age of 3 months. 14 of 15...

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Kenyon, S.; Fauzi, S.; Burton, R.; Darsana, R.
Citation
ACIAR Proceedings Series, 1989, No. 27, pp 212-215
Abstract

One hundred and seventy-six cattle, 148 buffaloes and 74 goats in the Port Blair district, Andaman Islands, India, were surveyed for helminth parasites between 1975 and 1977. Stephanofilaria was the most common parasite in cattle (38% infected) and buffaloes (25%) but was not found in goats. ...

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Rao, J. R.; Deorani, V. P. S.
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Journal of the Andaman Science Association, 1988, 4, 2, pp 143-144
Abstract

Faecal examination of 56 Brahman × Kedan-Kelantan calves and their dams at the MARDI Research Station, Johor, Malaysia, showed varying levels of infection with nematodes and coccidia. 20.5% of dams were infected only with strongyles while 68% of calves had one or more species of parasites. ...

Author(s)
Ismail, D.
Citation
Mardi Research Bulletin, 1983, 11, 3, pp 351-359
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Examination (post mortem) of 1946 pigs in Shillong and Nongstoin, Meghalaya, India, from March 1986 to June 1988 revealed Ascaris suum (in 51.6%), Gnathostoma hispidum (in 0.26%), Macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus (in 6.5%) and Cysticercus cellulosae [Taenia solium]. Of 364 chickens examined, 0.2%...

Author(s)
Yadav, A. K.; Tandon, V.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Health, 1989, 28, 2, pp 169-171

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