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Fresh faecal samples from 209 cattle and 186 buffaloes from Dhankuta district, Nepal, were examined for Fasciola ova during November and December, 1991. Prevalence of infection was highest in buffaloes (33.3% of 123 infected in a "dry" area and 71.4% of 63 infected in a "wet" area, compared with...

Author(s)
Shrestha, E. K.; Thakur, R. P.; Dhakal, I. P.; Mahato, S. N.
Citation
Veterinary Review (Kathmandu), 1992, 7, 2, pp 47-49
Abstract

Treatment of bovine calves 10-16 days old in Sri Lanka, with pyrantel (250 mg) which is effective against immature Toxocara vitulorum, killed the parasites, there was no new infection and recontamination of the environment was precluded. When the management of the programme was delegated to the...

Author(s)
Roberts, J. A.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 44, 1/2, pp 111-118
Abstract

Of 6684 cattle examined from January 1985 to December 1986, 734 (10.98%) harboured gastrointestinal nematodes. Treatment with albendazole or thiopanate was 100% effective.

Author(s)
Amin, M. R.; Samad, M. A.
Citation
Bangladesh Veterinarian, 1987, 4, 1-2, pp 25-28
Abstract

Fenbendazole at 7.5 mg/kg was 100% effective against gastrointestinal nematodes in naturally infected calves in Bangladesh. The prevalences of various species of nematodes are tabulated.

Citation
Bangladesh Veterinarian, 1987, 4, 1-2, pp 10-13
Abstract

Cattle from 7 farms in 6 zones of Kazakhstan, USSR, was investigated for dictyocauliais. The prevalence of infection reached, on some farms, 88.8% and often resulted in clinical disease. Cattle grazed on flood meadows and mountain pastures were particularly at risk. The prevalence of infection on...

Author(s)
Erbolatov, K. M.
Publisher
Vostochnoe Otdelenie VASKhNIL, Alma-Ata, USSR
Citation
Voprosy veterinarnoĭ parazitologii v Kazakhstane. (Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov)., 1982, pp 18-24
Abstract

S. spindale is widespread in cattle and buffaloes in north-eastern Thailand in the vicinity of lakes and dams; the rate of infection reaches 80-100% in some herds. The age and seasonal dynamics of infection in calves and animals aged 1-10 years were studied by fortnightly faecal examinations for up ...

Author(s)
Upatoom, N.
Publisher
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Citation
Zur Epidemiologie und Bekämpfung von Schistosoma spindale bei Rind und Büffel in Nordost-Thailand., 1989, pp 92 pp.
Abstract

In the USSR, bovine Mecistocirrus infection occurs only in the far-eastern regions. Investigation of dairy and fattening farms showed a prevalence of infection ranging from 23.8 to 100% in adults and 0 to 100% animals in > one year old. In liquid manure, Mecistocirrus ova may survive for 16 to 18...

Author(s)
Gorodovich, N. M.
Publisher
Sibirskoe Otdelenie VASKhNIL, Novosibirsk, USSR
Citation
Profilaktika nezaraznykh i parazitarnykh bolezneihacek˜ zhivotnykh. (Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov)., 1983, pp 137-141

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