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To determine the species and distribution of Cryptosporidium in weaned beef calves in the United States, fecal specimens were collected from 819 cattle between 6 and 18 months of age from 49 operations in 20 states (Alabama, California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana,...

Author(s)
Fayer, R.; Santín, M.; Dargatz, D.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2010, 170, 3/4, pp 187-192
Abstract

Although Cryptosporidium spp. are found throughout the world and in multiple environmental conditions, few data are available that explore the possibility of an association between specific environmental parameters and the species or strain of Cryptosporidium. This study examines the potential...

Author(s)
Miller, D. L.; Mauel, M. J.; Liggett, A.; Hines, M. E., II; Frazier, K. S.; Pence, M.; Whittington, L.; Baldwin, C. A.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 2006, 171, 3, pp 478-482
Abstract

This paper reviews what is known and not known about the epidemiology of Ostertagia ostertagi and related gastrointestinal nematodes in commercial beef-type cow herds in southeastern USA (Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee and eastern Texas) under the headings:...

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Snyder, D. E.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 46, 1-4, pp 277-288
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Twelve species of Eimeria were found in the faeces of calves and 10 species were found in the faeces of cows on fescue pastures in Georgia, USA, during 4 consecutive grazing seasons. E. bovis was the most prevalent species, found in 72.5% of 1090 samples from calves and in 10.2% of 719 samples from ...

Author(s)
Ernst, J. V.; Ciordia, H.; Stuedemann, J. A.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1984, 15, 3/4, pp 213-221
Abstract

Fourteen Angus calves (mean weight and age of 155 kg and 525 days, respectively), from the same farm in Georgia, USA, with relatively heavy parasite burdens (mean of 448 epg) were selected. After an adjustment period of 8 days in drylot, beginning on 25 July, 7 calves were treated with a 45.5%...

Author(s)
Stuedemann, J. A.; Ciordia, H.; Arther, R. G.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1990, 35, 4, pp 341-347
Abstract

In Georgia, USA, calves naturally infected with gastro-intestinal helminths were given morantel tartrate at 10.5 to 11.5 mg/kg body-weight in the form of a bolus and at 10 mg/kg in the form of crumbles given on top of the feed. The bolus and the crumbles gave 100% efficacy against adult Haemonchus...

Author(s)
Ciordia, H.; McCampbell, H. C.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1973, 34, 5, pp 619-620
Abstract

COLORADO, 1943-44.Actinomyces necro-phorus was shown to be present in nearly all liver abscesses in beef cattle. Examination revealed a correlation between the occurrence of ulcerativo lesions in the rumen and abscesses in the liver. An experiment was under way to determine whether vitamin A...

Citation
Extracts from Annual Reports of Agricultural Experiment Stations, U.S.A.,

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