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This study evaluated the efficacy of topical eprinomectin (0.5% pour-on solution, Eprinex®, Menai) against Chorioptes texanus (C. texanus) infestation in dairy cows reared in Korea. Dairy cows naturally infected with C. texanus showed skin lesions as alopecia, erythema, excoriations and crusts on...

Author(s)
Hur TaiYoung; Kang SeogJin; Jung YoungHun; Choi ChangYong; Ryu IlSun; Son DongSoo; Kang TaeYeong; Shin SungShik; Son ChangHo; Kim HongJib; Suh GukHyun
Publisher
Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics, Seoul, Korea Republic
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Clinics, 2009, 26, 5, pp 450-456
Abstract

Of 369 cattle including Holstein, Simmental and Korean breeds examined in 1985 and 1986, 163 (44.2%) were found to be infested with H. bovis larvae. Rates of infestation were 54.5% for cattle on pasture and 30.4% for cattle from the high mountain region.

Author(s)
Jang, D. H.; Han, H. R.; Chung, J. Y.
Citation
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research, 1987, 27, 2, pp 301-306
Abstract

Examination of 68 Kobra cattle (crosses between Korean native cattle and Brahmans) on 7 farms on Cheju Island in March-May, 1985, revealed larvae of Hypoderma bovis on all farms (9 animals affected).

Author(s)
Kang, Y. B.; Kim, S. H.; Jang, H.; Kim, D. S.; Wee, S. H.
Citation
Korean Journal of Veterinary Public Health, 1986, 10, 2, pp 27-33
Abstract

Hypoderma bovis larvae were identified in 14 (9.7%) of 145 cattle imported from the USA and in 10 (3.2%) of 315 imported from Canada. Electron photomicrographs of the posterior spiracular plates of the larvae are reproduced.

Author(s)
Kang, Y. B.; Kim, S. H.; Jang, H.; Kim, D. S.
Citation
Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration (Livestock & Veterinary), 1985, 27, 2, pp 64-70
Abstract

The causative agents of tick-borne diseases of exotic cattle in Korea were found to be Theileria sergenti (the most important one throughout the country), Babesia ovata, Anaplasma marginale and A. centrale. The regional distribution of the pathogens is given. Cattle that grazed in areas with...

Author(s)
Suh, M. D.; Jang, D. H.
Citation
Korean Journal of Veterinary Public Health, 1982, 6, 1, pp 33-55
Abstract

The seasonal distribution of ticks on cattle on Cheju I., Korea, was studied over two years (1971-72). Larvae of Haemaphysalis longicornis Neum. were present from early July to mid-September and were most abundant in July and August; nymphs were present from February to October 1971 and January to...

Author(s)
Kim., S. H.
Citation
Korean Journal of Parasitology, 1973, 11, 2, pp 95-101
Abstract

Lice were found on 145 (60%) of 242 cattle. Of these 145, 73% had Trichodectes scalaris, 29% Solenopotes capillatus, 15% Linognathus vituli, and 3.4% Haematopinus eurysternus. No correlation between the species of lice and the part of the body affected was found. Infestation with a single species...

Author(s)
Kim, S. K.
Publisher
Suwon, Korea,
Citation
Nong-sa Si-hem Yen-ku Po-ko = Res. Rep. Office Rur. Dev., Suwon, 1968, 11, 5, pp 75-81 pp.

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