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Abstract

Water management and extensive land reclamation has resulted in a great reduction in fascioliasis and dictyocaulosis in cattle and sheep in the period 1986-1990.

Author(s)
Vasil', M.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1994, 44, 2, pp 72, 74
Abstract

The storage of animal excreta and their effluent creates a concentration of infectious agents which may contaminate healthy animals from the same herd or from neighbouring herds, and even people. Under certain conditions, bacteria are able to multiply in effluent from stock housing and 2 groups...

Author(s)
Vallet, A.
Citation
Fourrages, 1994, No. 140, pp 431-442