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In Czechoslovakia, the average prevalence of helminth infections of cattle in the years 1975-79 was relatively low at 1.06% for liver-fluke, 0.64% for lungworms and 4.32% for gastro-intestinal helminths. Their control is discussed.

Bischofova, N.; Zajicek, D.
Veterinarstvi, 1980, 30, 8, pp 369-370

At 10 to 15 deg C, the development of helminth ova and protozoan cysts in manure from pigs and cattle was inhibited in 14 to 21 days. At higher temperatures (18 to 26 deg C) signs of inhibition were seen after 7 days. Ascaris suum eggs were the most resistant.

Zajicek, D.; Bischofova, N.; Benda, I.
Sbornik Vedeckych Praci, Ustredniho Stetniho Veterinarniho Ustavu, 1980, No.10, pp 61-68