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As anthelmintic resistance is increasingly being reported in cattle worldwide, there is a need to explore alternative approaches to gastrointestinal nematode control in cattle. A novel approach is the use of targeted selective treatments (TST) where only individual animals are treated instead of...

Author(s)
O'Shaughnessy, J.; Earley, B.; Mee, J. F.; Doherty, M. L.; Crosson, P.; Barrett, D.; Macrelli, M.; Waal, T. de
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2014, 205, 1/2, pp 150-157
Abstract

A 3-year grazing trial was performed during 2003-2005 on a commercial steer-producing farm in Sweden to study performance of second-season grazing (SSG) cattle following different levels of parasite exposure during their first grazing season. Initially, groups of 10 first-season grazing (FSG) ...

Author(s)
Larsson, A.; Uggla, A.; Waller, P. J.; Höglund, J.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2011, 175, 1/2, pp 135-140
Abstract

28 Holstein-Friesian heifers, born the previous year and weighing between 130 and 310 kg, were allocated to one of two treatment groups by restricted randomization, based on their initial weight. The heifers in group 1 were each treated with ivermectin in a sustained-release bolus formulation at...

Author(s)
Forbes, A. B.; Rice, B. J.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2000, 147, 11, pp 295-297
Abstract

The purpose of this investigation was to monitor the status of internal parasitism on 15 organic cattle enterprises in southwestern Sweden during the 1997 and 1998 grazing seasons, and to estimate the benefits of some management practices in parasite control. On each farm, the numbers of Eimeria...

Author(s)
Höglund, J.; Svensson, C.; Hessle, A.
Publisher
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2001, 99, 2, pp 113-128
Abstract

Abomasa, blood samples and faecal samples for examination of nematode infections were collected from 125 dairy cows between November 1997 and October 1998. Of these, 12 had no grazing history and were therefore excluded from the study. Of the remaining 113, 88.5% had nematode eggs in their faeces....

Author(s)
Borgsteede, F. H. M.; Tibben, J.; Cornelissen, J. B. W. J.; Agneessens, J.; Gaasenbeek, C. P. H.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2000, 89, 4, pp 287-296
Abstract

A cross-sectional survey was carried out on 86 farms randomly distributed in The Netherlands. After housing following the first and 2nd grazing season (FGS and SGS) serum samples were collected to determine IgG levels against Cooperia oncophora and Dictyocaulus viviparus, and the pepsinogen...

Author(s)
Ploeger, H. W.; Borgsteede, F. H. M.; Sol, J.; Mirck, M. H.; Huyben, M. W. C.; Kooyman, F. N. J.; Eysker, M.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2000, 90, 4, pp 285-304
Abstract

Over a period of 1 year, from November 1997 to October 1998, the abomasa, blood and faecal samples of 121 dairy cows in Belgium were collected and examined for nematode infections. Nematodes were present in the abomasa of 110 animals. Ostertagia ostertagi was found in all 110, Trichostrongylus was...

Author(s)
Agneessens, J.; Claerebout, E.; Dorny, P.; Borgsteede, F. H. M.; Vercruysse, J.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2000, 90, 1/2, pp 83-92
Abstract

Nematode infection of cattle treated in their first year at pasture with the fenbendazole slow release bolus was compared during the 2nd year with that of untreated cattle. Ostertagia was the most prevalent parasite, associated with smaller numbers of Cooperia. Except for Dictyocaulus spp. which...

Author(s)
Kerboeuf, D.; Hoste, H.; Hubert, J.; Le Stang, J. P.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1996, 62, 1/2, pp 107-118
Abstract

A small increase in plasma pepsinogen levels of calves was recorded 10-14 days after the beginning of a trickle infection with D. viviparus larvae, which was related to the site of penetration of invading lungworm larvae. An increase in total thyroxine levels later in the study was due, in part at...

Author(s)
Fox, M. T.; Pitt, S. R.; Gerrelli, D.; Jacobs, D. E.; Simmonds, A. D.
Citation
International Journal for Parasitology, 1988, 18, 4, pp 549-551
Abstract

An account is given of the clinical manifestations of gastro-intestinal strongyle infections, dictyocauliasis and fascioliasis in cattle and of the immune responses to infection with particular reference to vaccination gainst Dictyocaulus as opposed to anthelmintic treatment.

Author(s)
Dorchies, P.; France, M.; Luffau, G.
Publisher
Societe Francaise de Buiatrie., Maisons-Alfort Cedex, France
Citation
Parasitisme digestif et respiratoire des bovins. (Compte rendu des journees organisees au Casino de Deauville par la Societe Francaise de Buiatrie, 8-9 Octobre 1981.), 1981, pp 141-162

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