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The approximately 1.58 million pigs in Tanzania represent 3.7% of the national population of quadruped meat-producing animals. Pigs are kept mainly by small producers who own 99.5% of the national stock in units that average 3.04 animals (range 2-48). Government policy has had little practical...

Author(s)
Wilson, R. T.; Swai, E.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 2013, 45, 6, pp 1269-1275
Abstract

A sudden fall in milk yield, increased respiratory rate and occasional coughing was associated with eosinophilia and high ELISA titres of Ascaris antibody. Pigs were kept on both farms, and the pastures had been dressed with pig slurry. Ascaris eggs were present in faeces from one herd; negative...

Author(s)
Borgsteede, F. H. M.; Leeuw, W. A. de; Dijkstra, T.; Alsma, G.; Vries, W. de
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1992, 117, 10, pp 296-298
Abstract

The prevalence rates for 15 nematode species found in 1986-1988 in livestock from Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Assam, India, are recorded. 4 species were found in cattle, 6 in goats and 6 in pigs. The most prevalent species in cattle, pigs and goats were Setaria cervi, Ascaris suum and Haemonchus ...

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Yadav, A. K.; Tandon, V.; Roy, B.
Citation
Indian Journal of Helminthology, 1989, 41, Supplement, pp 55-60
Abstract

A total of 40 cattle in Germany harbouring naturally acquired infections of gastrointestinal nematodes, including Ostertagia spp., Oesophagostomum spp. Cooperia spp., Haemonchus spp., Nematodirus spp. and Trichuris spp., were allocated to a treated or a control group (20 animals/group), and 100...

Author(s)
Mehlhorn, H.; Jones, H. L.; Weatherley, A. J.; Schumacher, B.
Citation
Parasitology Research, 1993, 79, 7, pp 603-607
Abstract

Aerobic composting of pig slurry in a prototype plant in the field periodically resulted in adequate killing of Ascaris ova, but on 2 occasions, 15 and 27% respectively of the ova were still able to embryonate after treatment. The survival of some ova is suggested partly to be caused by...

Author(s)
Tharaldsen, J.; Helle, O.
Citation
Acta Agriculturæ Scandinavica, 1989, 39, 4, pp 381-387
Abstract

Three ELISAs that detect antibodies against Dictyocaulus viviparus in cattle were compared for sensitivity, specificity and seroconversion after primary infection. These assays were: an indirect ELISA with crude somatic antigens from adult D. viviparus (ca-ELISA); an indirect ELISA with purified...

Author(s)
Leeuw, W. A. de; Cornelissen, J. B. W. J.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 49, 2/4, pp 229-241
Abstract

Based on the experiences obtained during the 1980's, prevalence of animal parasitoses was surveyed by a questionnaire method in Hungary. 26 organizations (19 county veterinary stations, 5 veterinary diagnostic institutes, 1 slaughterhouse and 1 animal clinic) participated in the survey. Of the 73...

Author(s)
Kassai, T.; Békési, L.
Citation
Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 1993, 48, 12, pp 721-730
Abstract

The rates of helminth infection recorded on examination of many thousands of cattle and pigs in Croatian slaughterhouses (Yugoslavia) are tabulated for selected years between 1979 and 1984. Liver fluke infection in cattle rose from 11.6% in 1983 to 11.85 in 1984 and hydatid in pigs similarly rose...

Author(s)
Majurdžić, D.
Citation
Praxis Veterinaria, 1985, 33, 1/2, pp 71-73
Abstract

Estimated losses attributable to fascioliasis, trypanosomiasis, mastitis and foot and mouth disease among cattle and buffaloes amounted to US$115 million. Fasciola gigantica was believed to be responsible for losses of $32 millions, and trypanosomiasis $22 millions. Other major diseases were...

Author(s)
Ronohardjo, P.; Wilson, A. J.; Partoutomo, S.; Hirst, R. G.
Citation
Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Singapore, 18-22 November 1985, 1986, pp 303-305
Abstract

Cattle infected with 2000 A. suum larvae when 13 months old, developed severe disease during the period of larval migration. The macroscopic and/or histological changes observed in the lungs, liver, regional lymph nodes, spleen, kidney and intestine at autopsies on days 4 and 9 after infection are...

Author(s)
Sosipatova, L. A.; Cherepanov, A. A.; Bol'shakov, V. V.
Citation
Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR, 1984, No.10, pp 41-42

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