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Abstract

A herd of cattle from the experimental farm of INRA in Nouzilly, France, has been treated for hypodermosis (Hypoderma bovis) with ivermectin (non-dairy animals) and trichlorfon (dairy herd) since October 1990. Additionally, a regional eradication scheme has been implemented in this area since...

Author(s)
Boulard, C.; Villejoubert, C.; Moiré, N.; Losson, B.; Lonneux, J. F.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1996, 66, 1/2, pp 109-117
Abstract

Infestation by Hypoderma bovis (L.)and H. lineatum (Vill.), which is seldom fatal and therefore not considered as a serious disorder of cattle, has important economic consequences owing to the perforation of the hide and the reduction in the growth rate of young cattle and in the milk production....

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Richard, C.; Nguyen, H. N.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire de l'Ecole d'Alfort, 1981, 157, 5, pp 429-432
Abstract

Attempts to control infestation of cattle by Hypoderma bovis (L.) and H. lineatum (Vill.) in France in 1978-81 are reviewed. In general, heifers were treated once in the autumn with a systemic insecticide (trichlorfon at 17 mg/kg body weight, phosmet at 10 mg or fenthion at 7 mg) applied by the...

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Boulard, C.; Billardon, G.; Biron, G.; Hillion, E.; Vigouroux, B.
Citation
Annales de Recherches Vétérinaires, 1983, 14, 2, pp 183-188
Abstract

Research during the past 20 years on the control of the warble fly in France and attempts at regional control in Aquitaine and Brittany are briefly reviewed. Both Hypoderma lineatum (Vill.) and H. bovis (L.) occur, the former predominating in western districts near the coast. About 20% of the 20...

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Magat, A.
Citation
Toxicology, biodegradation and efficacy of livestock pesticides. Proceedings of an Advanced Study Institute on Toxicity of Pesticides used on Livestock sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and organized by the Research Station, Canada Department of Agriculture, Lethbridge, Alberta., 1972, pp 343-349