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Tests on 1074 blood samples taken from cows during early spring or autumn showed that anaemia was the chief abnormality. This was attributable to infections with species of Fasciola, Paramphistomum, Trichostrongylus and Moniezia, and also to dietary inadequacies. Other blood biochemical disorders...

Gregorović, V.; Jazbec, I.; Skušek, F.; Klinkon, M.; Zadnik, T.
Zbornik Biotehniške Fakultete Univerze Edvarda Kardelja v Ljubljani, Veterinarstvo, 1984, 21, 2, pp 185-200

The prevalence of Trichostrongylidae in 65 cattle, 32 sheep and 6 deer in the Gornja Savinjska valley in Jugoslavia is tabulated. The various ecological factors affecting infection rates and nematode development are discussed, including seasonal changes, pasturing at higher altitudes, "spring rise" ...

Resnik, A.
Praxis Veterinaria, 1978, 26, 1, pp 61-68

Successful use of Terenol (4-bromo-2,6-dihydroxybenzanilide) for cattle in 1974 is reported (dosage 65 ml of solution of 90 g Terenol in 500 ml water/kg body-weight) against Paramphistomum microbothrium on farms in Yugoslavia. The life-cycle of the helminth and its spread among cattle and sheep are ...

Brglez, J.
Sodobno Kmetijstvo, Ljubljana, 1975, No. 11, pp 594-596

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