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A total of 1695 wild mammals and birds was examined at the Danish Veterinary Laboratory between 1994 and 1996. In general, the animals were healthy and only a few carried zoonotic diseases (Salmonella and Campylobacter). Toxoplasma gondii and metacestodes of Taenia pisiformis were recorded from...

Author(s)
Dietz, H. H.; Andersen, T. H.; Rattenborg, E.; Wolstrup, C.; Henriksen, S. A.
Citation
Dansk Veterinærtidsskrift, 1998, 81, 6, pp 200-207
Abstract

The potential for spread, by feral cats, of parasites infecting sheep and cattle was investigated on 5 km2 of New Zealand farmland. Faeces were collected between June 1984 and August 1986. The diet of the cats consisted primarily of rodents (50% by weight) with scavenged sheep (7%) relatively...

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Langham, N. P. E.; Charleston, W. A. G.
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research, 1990, 33, 3, pp 429-435
Abstract

Examination for Trichinella spiralis in pork samples for export to Germany and France has reduced the numbers needed to be tested for the home market. None of 5634 samples for export and 2879 for the home market was positive for T. spiralis. Of 12 000 human sera examined by ELISA, 123 had readings...

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Annual Report on research and technical work of the Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland, 1981., 1982, pp ix + 313pp.
Abstract

Fenbendazole was given to 529 game mammals belonging to 33 species and 4173 wild birds belonging to 6 species. Gastro-intestinal strongylid infections of ruminants were eliminated by fenbendazole in 1-3 doses at 5 mg/kg. In Trichuris infection fenbendazole at 50 mg/kg was 60% effective, at 50 mg/kg ...

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Enigk, K.; Dey-Hazra, A.
Citation
Kleintierpraxis, 1976, 21, 4, pp 133-140
Abstract

Oral doses of 35-50 mg./kg. body wt. of "Haloxon" [O, O di-(2-chlorethyl) O-(3-chloro-4-methylcoumarin-7-yl) phosphate] were very highly effective against adult and certain immature stages of Haemonchus, Ostertagia, Trichostrongylus, Cooperia and Strongyloides in cattle and sheep, highly effective...

Author(s)
Brown, N. C.; Hollinshead, D. T.; Kingsbury, P. A.; Malone, J. C.
Publisher
Lond.,
Citation
Nature, 1962, 194, pp 379

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