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A bolus with a slow release of fenbendazole (SRFB) over a 150-day period was given to first year cattle. The efficacy in preventing both pulmonary and gastrointestinal nematode diseases was estimated over 2 years of grazing in the Normandy area of France (1989 and 1990). Animals treated with the...

Author(s)
Stang, J. P. le; Hubert, J.
Citation
Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1995, 146, 11, pp 757-764
Abstract

Estimated economic losses due to strongyloses and fascioliasis in dairy heifers, dairy cows, and beef suckler herds in France, based on published reports, are presented in tables and graphs.

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Jeandel, F.
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 1991, No. 6, pp 17-29
Abstract

Examination of cattle imported into Italy from France revealed gastrointestinal nematodes (in 82.6% of 2320), Dictyocaulus (in 10.6% of 2320), Fasciola (in 33.9% of 1450), mange (in 12.6% of 2200, mostly Psoroptes but also Sarcoptes), Hypoderma bovis (in 27% of 1815) and various helminths (...

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Ambrosi, M.; Rossi, R.; Ducci, L.
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Atti della Società Italiana delle Scienze Veterinarie, 1984, 38, pp 751-753
Abstract

Loss of body weight attributable to parasitoses was put at 2-3% for ringworm, 25-30% for mange, 25-30 kg for louse infestation, 50 kg for biting flies (or a 15-25% fall in milk yield) and 20% for warble fly infestation (or a 15% fall in milk yield). This parasitoses also damaged the hide, and the...

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Marchand, A.
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Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1984, 135, 5, pp 299-302
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Herbage samples were taken in May, July and September from alpine pastures (average 1200 to 1500 m above sea level) at 2 sites in central France where heifers graze from early June to early October (1 ha/heifer). Small tufts of grass were picked by hand from each paddock over 4 areas each...

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Raynaud, J. P.; Gruner, L.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1982, 10, 1, pp 57-64
Abstract

Autopsy findings in cattle (3 calves killed in Nov. 1978 and 14 heifers killed from April to Nov. 1979) grazing, without anthelmintic treatment, on pastures at Cerdagne, France, are presented. Calves were infected mainly with Cooperia, the numbers of adult Ostertagia were low Nematodirus was rare,...

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Mage, C.; Dorchies, P.; Franc, M.; Ducos de Lahitte, J.
Citation
Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 1982, 134, 2, pp 103-106

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