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The trial was carried out in a dairy farm in Valdivia, southern Chile, from April to July 1989. Of 40 grazing heifers weighing around 248 kg 10 were injected s.c. with 7.5 mg/kg levamisole, 10 received 7.5 mg/kg spot-on levamisole, 10 were drenched with 8 mg/kg, and 10 were untreated controls....

Author(s)
Sievers, G.; Guzmán, O.
Citation
Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria, 1991, 23, 1, pp 41-48
Abstract

Levamisole administered orally (7.5 mg/kg body weight), subcutaneously (7.5 mg/kg body weight) or topically in a pour-on formulation (10 mg/kg body weight) showed 100% efficacy against Trichostrongylus spp. and Trichuris spp. on day 7 after treatment in the 18 animals treated. The faecal egg count...

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Sharma, L. K.; Jagadish, S.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1991, 68, 1, pp 16-18
Abstract

Of 22 cattle grazed for the first time at 6 months of age, at the beginning of May, on pasture contaminated from the previous grazing season with predominantly Ostertagia, also Cooperia, Nematodirus and Trichostrongylus spp., 11 received a slow-release bolus of levamisole. These had significantly...

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Cassard, B.; Sourzat, J. F.; Mage, C.; Ascher, F.; Maynard, L.; Olivier, F.
Citation
Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1987, 138, 11, pp 895-901
Abstract

One of 3 anthelmintics (levamisole, cambendazole, fenbendazole) was given to 84 newly-weaned calves on three occasions during a week in summer. Trichostrongylus axei was the dominant nematode present in 28 untreated cattle slaughtered at the end of the following winter. Numbers of nematodes were...

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Pullman, A. L.; Ford, G. E.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1985, 62, 5, pp 171-172
Abstract

The three anthelmintics were given to three groups of six 6-month-old calves naturally infected with Ostertagia ostertagi, O. lyrata, Trichostrongylus axei, T. colubriformis, Cooperia oncophora, C. mcmasteri, C. punctata and Nematodirus helvetanianus. Faecal and PM counts in these calves and in six ...

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Yazwinski, T. A.; Presson, B. L.; Featherstone, H. E.
Citation
Agri-Practice, 1985, 6, 4, pp 4-8
Abstract

A 5-month-old calf was fed 30 000 infective larvae of Ostertagia sp. and 30 000 infective larvae of Trichostrongylus sp. After 19 days it was shedding 400 epg daily, but had no clinical symptoms, and had the same rate of weight gain over 60 days as a non-infected calf of the same age. In another...

Author(s)
Ramajo Martín, V.; Sevillano Pierna, E.
Citation
Anuario, Centro de Edafología y Biología Aplicada del CSIC, 1986, 11, pp 351-361
Abstract

Ten field experiments on cattle infected naturally (with Cooperia, Ostertagia, Trichostrongylus, Haemonchus, Bunostomum, Oesophagostomum, Strongyloides) on 3 large scale farms were carried out and results evaluated according to age, sex, grazing, housing systems. A total of 477 cattle were treated...

Author(s)
Redl, P.
Citation
Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 1991, 46, 5, pp 275-284
Abstract

In Argentina there was no significant weight gain in 12-14 month-old calves given 8 mg/kg body-weight levamisole subcutaneously or percutaneously or given oral febantel at 7.5 mg/kg as compared to untreated controls at 30 and 72 days after treatment. However, all 3 treatments produced a highly...

Author(s)
Martinez, A. H.; Labaca, M. A.; Noceda, R. P.
Citation
Gaceta Veterinaria, 1981, 43, 361, pp 467-470
Abstract

Twenty calves naturally infected with gastrointestinal nematodes and lungworms (Dictyocaulus viviparus) were divided into 4 equal groups which were treated intramuscularly with levamisole at 3.5, 5.0 or 7.5 mg/kg body-weight, or were untreated controls. 5 days later the abomasum, small and large...

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Vazquez Prats, V. M.; Herrera Rodriguez, D.; Najera Fuentes, R. A.; Gutierrez Hernandez, A. J.; Campos Ruelas, R.
Citation
Tecnica Pecuaria en Mexico, 1980, No. 38, pp 7-12
Abstract

The epizootiology and the drug control of trichostrongyliasis in cattle are reviewed with 35 references. The various species of trichostrongylid, their life-cycle and epizootiology, the seasonal dynamics of infection and disease and chemotherapeutic control measures are discussed.

Author(s)
Eckert, J.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1977, 32, 23, pp 894-898

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