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Cattle grazed in the Strandzha region, Bulgaria, were investigated for gastro-intestinal and lung nematodes. The prevalence and intensity of infection with gastro-intestinal strongyles ranged from 77.2% and 129.9 epg faeces in calves to 58.1% and 75.8 epg in cows. High worm burdens caused clinical...

Author(s)
Rusev, V.; Trifonov, T.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1987, 85, 2, pp 42
Abstract

Over 10 000 ticks were collected from cattle and sheep in the Strandzha-Sakar region of Bulgaria; 11 species were identified on cattle (Boophilus calcaratus predominant) and 9 species on sheep (Rhipicephalus bursa predominant). Babesia bigemina, B. colchica, Theileria annulata, T. mutans and ...

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Meshkov, S.; Zapryanov, M.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1985, 83, 3, pp 30-31
Abstract

Bithionol sulphoxide at 50 to 70 mg/kg body weight was highly effective against Paramphistomum in naturally infected cattle in Bulgaria, achieving reductions in worm burdens of 96.5 to 100% in 3 small scale trials. At 45 to 70 mg/kg, bithionol sulphoxide reduced the intensities of anoplocephalid...

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Petkov, A.; Bankov, D.; Rusev, I.; Tomov, P.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1986, 84, 5, pp 28-30
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In Bulgaria, 50 bulls with Fasciola hepatica infection were treated with Dovenix at 1 ml/25 kg body-weight. The treatment was effective and well-tolerated. Neither the infection nor the treatment caused significant variations in the quality and quantity of semen produced by these bulls.

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Zurliiski, P.; Ganchev, T.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1982, 80, 6, pp 28-31
Abstract

An outbreak of anaplasmosis involving 41 cows and heifers kept permanently in cow sheds in Bulgaria is described. The infection was introduced during routine blood sampling, using the same syringe in heifers brought in from pastures for calving. A mortality rate of 19.5% was recorded, but calves...

Author(s)
V"lchovski, Ya.; V"lchovski, R.; Zurliiski, P.; Nikolov, N.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1979, 77, 6, pp 28-31
Abstract

Ranit, Dovenix and tetramisole were used in conjunction with general sanitary measures for the control of some [unspecified] parasitic diseases of cattle and sheep in Bulgaria.

Author(s)
K'nev, ZH.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1976, 74, 3, pp 30-32
Abstract

In Bulgaria, bithionol, its analogue Tremanol, Terenol (resorantel) and bithionol sulphoxide were tested at various schedules in cattle and sheep with natural Paramphistomum microbothrium infection. The tests involved a total of 1257 cows and 1572 sheep and the results were assessed on faecal...

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Georgiev, B.; Denev, I.; Vasilev, I.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1977, 75, 9, pp 22-25
Abstract

Trypan blue, trypaflavin, acaprin, Berenil and Pirodia were tested against experimental and natural Babesia bigemina infection in cattle in Bulgaria. Berenil and Pirodia (amicarbalide) at the therapeutic doses were found to be the most effective, quickly reducing fever and causing a rapid...

Author(s)
V"lchovski, Ya.
Citation
Veterinarno-Meditsinski Nauki, 1977, 14, 3, pp 79-87
Abstract

Oxyclozanide at 30 to 105 ml/100 kg body-weight and oxyclozanide/tetramisole at 45 to 135 ml/100 kg was found to be highly effective against natural Paramphistomum microbothrium infections in cattle and sheep in Bulgaria. 30 days after treatment of lactating cows the milk yield was 5 to 18% higher...

Author(s)
Stoimenov, K.; Gruev, A.; Simov, P.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1976, 74, 7, pp 41-43
Abstract

In the Loveshki district of Bulgaria, clinical coccidiosis in calves caused by Eimeria zuernii, E. ellipsoidalis and E. bovis was successfully treated with Ursokoxalin [sulphaquinoxaline] at 1.0 to 1.5 ml/litre of milk (3 litres were given daily), with sulphachlorpyrazine (Esb3) at 1 g/litre or...

Author(s)
Dyankov, N.; Mishev, M.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1978, 76, 11, pp 33-34

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