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Faecal samples of ruminants (cattle, buffaloes, sheep, goats) in the Kangra Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India, were examined for gastrointestinal parasites between October 1984 and September 1987. Of 1194 animals, 1017 (85%) were positive for various single or mixed infections. Fasciola sp. were...

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Krishna, L.; Jithendran, K. P.; Vaid, J.
Citation
International Journal of Animal Sciences, 1989, 4, 2, pp 183-184
Abstract

D. viviparus was found in 7 of 29 Deoni and 3 of 4 Red Kandhari cows from Maharashtra, India, which had died of severe hepatointestinal schistosomiasis. Worm burden ranged from 1 to 18 with an average of 7.3 in positive cows. Young cattle from this region did not appear to be affected with lungworm ...

Author(s)
Shastri, U. V.; Degloorkar, N. M.
Citation
Livestock Adviser, 1990, 15, 11, pp 30-31
Abstract

Of 425 cattle examined in Kashmir, India, 41 were found to be positive for D. viviparus infection. Young animals had a higher prevalence rate (11.2%) than adults (8.1%) and the infection rate was highest during March and April.

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Sharma, R. L.; Dhar, D. N.
Citation
Indian Journal of Parasitology, 1987, 11, 1, pp 101
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Deshmukh, P. G.; Niphadkar, S. M.
Citation
Indian Journal of Parasitology, 1980, 3, Supplement, pp 75
Abstract

Fenbendazole orally at 1.5 mg/kg body-weight eliminated eggs of gastro-intestinal nematodes and larvae of Dictyocaulus viviparus from the faeces of 3 naturally infected sheep by 4 days after treatment. At autopsy on day 4 the treated sheep had no lungworms or Oesophagostomum columbianum and...

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Gupta, R. P.; Malik, P. D.; Gautam, O. P.
Citation
Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research, 1979, 9, 4, pp 349-354
Abstract

The incidence of important livestock diseases and the methods of control employed in India are briefly described. Theileriasis has become a greater problem with the importation of exotic cattle and the greater use of cross-breeding programmes. Theileria annulata has not so far been recorded in...

Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1975, 84, pp 589-596
Abstract

The identification of 51 genera and 61 species of nematode is reported from Haryana, India. Studies of Anguina tritici on wheat were made. The incidence of Heterodera avenae infestations in the State was surveyed. Pot experiments on yield loss and H. avenae biology were made and cultural, chemical...

Publisher
Haryana Agricultural University, Hissar, India
Citation
First decade 1970-80. HAU on the march., 1980, pp [vi] + 184 pp.
Abstract

In Hissar, India, 52.5% of 1151 buffalo calves were found to have Neoascaris vitulorum eggs in their faeces. The eggs appeared from 11 days after birth. The prevalence of infection peaked at 77.1% in 46- to 53-day-old calves and was lower (35.7%) in 81- to 90-day-old calves. Strongyloides...

Author(s)
Baruah, P. K.; Singh, R. P.; Bali, M. K.; Vashistha, M. S.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Medical Journal, 1981, 5, 2, pp 74-75

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