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The effect of temperature on the decontamination of liquid manure from pigs (containing eggs and cysts of 11 species of parasites) and from cattle (containing 19 species) was tested. Control samples were allowed to develop under natural conditions. At 10-15 deg C, the usual temperature for liquid...

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Zajicek, D.; Bischofova, N.; Benda, I.
Citation
Veterinarni Medicina, Praha, 1980, 25, 4, pp 213-222
Abstract

The effect of temperature on the decontamination of liquid manure from pigs (containing eggs and cysts of 11 species of parasites) and from cattle (containing 19 species) was tested. Control samples were allowed to develop under natural conditions. At 10-15 deg C, the usual temperature for liquid...

Author(s)
Zajicek, D.; Bischofova, N.; Benda, I.
Citation
Veterinarni Medicina, Praha, 1980, 25, 4, pp 213-222
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Levamisole at 1.0 ml/10 kg body-weight was injected subcutaneously into 12 Black-head sheep in Somalia. Faecal egg counts and examination of intestines at slaughter 4 to 7 days after treatment showed that it was 100% effective against the strongyles Oesophagostomum venulosum, Bunostomum...

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Cankovic, M.; Nur, A. H.; Hassan, M. S.
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Praxis Veterinaria, 1979, 27, 3/4, pp 147-151
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In Yugoslavia, fenbendazole at 5 mg/kg body-weight eliminated Haemonchus contortus, Ostertagia ostertagi, Trichostrongylus sp. and Cooperia sp. from all of 6 cattle with low-level strongyle infections; thiabendazole at 75 mg/kg was similarly effective in clearing all of another 3 animals. Worm...

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Wikerhauser, T.; Zukovic, M.; Kuticic, V.; Meic, A.; Tabakovic, R.
Citation
Acta Parasitologica Iugoslavica, 1974, 5, 2, pp 79-81
Abstract

Chemotherapy is thought to be the most practical method of controlling the most important helminth infections of cattle and sheep on pasture. Appropriate timing of treatment schemes linked to the epizootiology of the given infection are briefly discussed for Fasciola, paramphistomes, Dicrocoelium,...

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Cvetkovic, L.
Citation
Praxis Veterinaria, 1976, 24, 1, pp 23-31
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Llijev, A.
Citation
Praxis Veterinaria, 1978, 26, 3, pp 195-198
Abstract

Fenbendazole at 5 mg/kg body-weight in feed or tetramisole tablets at 15 mg/kg suppressed faecal eggs in all of 10 and 7 cattle, respectively, all of which were infected with Haemonchus contortus and a few also with Oesophagostomum radiatum.

Author(s)
Wikerhauser, T.; Brglez, J.; Kuticic, V.; Campa, F.
Citation
Acta Parasitologica Iugoslavica, 1974, 5, 2, pp 83-85

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