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This paper describes the nematode-eating fungus Duddingtonia flagrans [Arthrobotrys flagrans] and evaluates its use to control gastrointestinal worms in ruminants (e.g., cattle, horses, sheep and goats).

Author(s)
Maurer, V.; Werne, S.
Publisher
Forum Kleinwiederkäuer/Petits Ruminants, Niederönz, Switzerland
Citation
Forum Kleinwiederkäuer/Petits Ruminants, 2019, No.4, pp 6-8
Abstract

The multiplicity of studies or reports concerning anthelmintic resistance in ruminants raises the question of the sustainability of the present control methods of gastro-intestinal worms in grazing animals. Although the situation is less well known in cattle, a global response based on the...

Author(s)
Chartier, C.; Ravinet, N.; Hoste, H.; Jacquiet, P.; Merlin, A.; Chauvin, A.
Publisher
Société Nationale des Groupements Techniques Vétérinaires, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 2018, No.Numero special, pp 17-30
Abstract

Selective targeted treatment is poorly practiced for the management of parasitism in bovines, especially for young cattle. It is more widespread in small ruminants because of the emergence of anthelmintic resistance. Dairy heifers that encounter gastro-intestinal strongyles during the first grazing ...

Author(s)
Lardy, C.
Publisher
Newsmed, Paris, France
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 2018, 49, 391 (Part 2), pp 59-64
Abstract

Currently the paradigm for the management of cattle parasitism is changing. Ecotoxicity of anthelmintics, preservation of biodiversity, the breakthrough of complementary medicines, environmental requirements, combine to force veterinary practitioners to implement parasite risk assessment and...

Author(s)
Camuset, P.
Publisher
Société Nationale des Groupements Techniques Vétérinaires, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 2018, No.Numero special, pp 71-86
Abstract

In grazing ruminants, gastrointestinal nematode (GIN) infection can induce production losses, even clinical disease in non-immunized animals. Control measures essentially rely on anthelmintic (AH) treatments, applied frequently and without prior assessment of the effective parasitological risk....

Author(s)
Ravinet, N.; Chartier, C.; Hoste, H.; Mahieu, M.; Duvauchelle-Wache, A.; Merlin, A.; Bareille, N.; Jacquiet, P.; Chauvin, A.
Publisher
Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Paris, France
Citation
INRA Productions Animales, 2017, 30, 1, pp 57-76
Abstract

The management of dairy cow parasitism focuses mainly on gastro-intestinal strongyles and wet area trematodosis (fasciolosis and paramphistomosis). Due to the risk of residues in milk and the potential environmental impact of anthelmintic drugs, treatments must be assessed in relation to their...

Author(s)
Camuset, P.
Publisher
Société Nationale des Groupements Techniques Vétérinaires, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 2017, No.86, pp 53-59
Abstract

This paper describes the prevalence of P. bovicola infestation in bulls slaughtered in France, highlighting clinical symptoms and skin lesions associated with the infestation, as well as the parasite's life cycle and its control.

Author(s)
Enfrein, J.; Oudot, N.; Lehébel, A.; Brisseau, N.; Chartier, C.
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire Élevages et Santé, 2017, No.38, pp 57-64
Abstract

Author(s)
Daignault, A.; Rioux, G.
Publisher
Producteur de Lait Québécois, Longueuil, Canada
Citation
Producteur de Lait Québécois, 2018, 38, 9, pp 46-47
Abstract

Author(s)
Piette, A.
Publisher
Producteur de Lait Québécois, Longueuil, Canada
Citation
Producteur de Lait Québécois, 2018, 38, 8, pp 30-32
Abstract

The necessity to use of security delays when using certain drugs against flukes in dairy farms, and the evolution in the milk withdrawal time for oxyclozanide, albendazole and triclabendazole, lead to a more rational management of trematodes in wet zones. Precise diagnosis of prevalence, infection...

Author(s)
Camuset, P.
Publisher
Société Nationale des Groupements Techniques Vétérinaires, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 2016, No.83, pp 87-96

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