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Provisional veterinary investigation diagnosis analysis (VIDA) figures reported show than there were 135 recorded incidents of Dictyocaulus viviparus infection husk in England and Wales in 1993 compared with 10 in 1992 and 19 in 1991. Among the reported cases for July onwards, 60% involved adult...

Author(s)
David, G. P.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1993, 133, 25/26, pp 627
Abstract

Autumn born dairy replacements treated with ivermectin (Ivomec) at 3, 8 and 13 weeks after turn out in the summer of 1991 and housed the following winter were transferred to the dairy unit during September 1992. No anthelmintics were used in the summer of 1992. Some coughing and general lack of...

Author(s)
Wilkinson, A. C. R.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1992, 131, 24, pp 567-568
Abstract

Numerous first-stage Dictyocaulus viviparus larvae are reported in a bronchial cast specimen coughed up by an adult Jersey cow.

Author(s)
Andrews, S. J.; Mather, J. B.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1989, 125, 2, pp 50
Abstract

A severe outbreak of Dictyocaulus viviparus infection which affected a herd of 220 Holstein/Friesian cattle which had been regularly vaccinated for parasitic bronchitis in autumn 1993 is described. A sustained release morantel tartrate bolus (Paratect Flex Bolus) had been used for anthelmintic...

Author(s)
Andrews, A. H.; Wolf, S. de
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1994, 134, 6, pp 152
Abstract

In investigations carried out on pasture it was noted that large numbers of infective larvae of D. viviparus appeared after soil disturbance. The authors suggest that this might be due to the presence of a "soil reservoir".

Author(s)
Symington, W.; Parry, J. M.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1988, 122, 26, pp 639
Abstract

Two studies demonstrated the persistent activity of ivermectin injected subcutaneously into cattle at 200 µg/kg in preventing the establishment of induced infections with Ostertagia ostertagi, Cooperia oncophora and Dictyocaulus viviparus. There were reductions in mean worm count (compared with the ...

Author(s)
Armour, J.; Bairden, K.; Batty, A. F.; Davison, C. C.; Ross, D. B.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1985, 116, 6, pp 151-153
Abstract

Three groups of calves were put out to graze on separate paddocks within a field known to be infected with Dictyocaulus viviparus and were also given a small initial trickle infection of the parasite. The first group were untreated controls, the second were immunized with live irradiated lungworm...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T. R.; Green, W. P.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1986, 119, 15, pp 370-372
Abstract

Nematodes were recovered from 26 of 28 D. dama culled betwen Aug. 1976 and Feb. 1979 near Brentwood in Essex, UK. The deer were aged 4 months to over 6 years. The most frequent species present was Spiculopteragia asymmetrica (in 26); the other 4 species (including Dictyocaulus viviparus) were found ...

Author(s)
Batty, A. F.; Chapman, D. I.; Chapman, N.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1987, 120, 25, pp 599
Abstract

Comparisons were made of the effects of different early season anthelmintics on Dictyocaulus viviparus and Osteragia ostertagi. Estimated worm burdens indicated that oxfendazole resulted in a 78.1% reduction of O. ostertagi and 84.4% of D. viviparus, produced a 94.3% reduction in O. ostertagi and...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.
Publisher
Belfast, Northern Ireland,
Citation
Annual report on research and technical work of the Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland, 1985., 1986, pp 154-155
Abstract

The epizootiology (larval migration, survival on pasture and importance of carrier animals), clinical symptoms and development of Dictyocaulus viviparus infection in cattle are described. Control is disccused in relations to climatic factors, grazing systems, anthelmintic strategies and vaccination.

Author(s)
Oakley, G. A.
Publisher
UK
Citation
Proceedings of the British Cattle Veterinary Association for 1982/1983., 1983, pp 97-114

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