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Abstract

The control of Dictyocaulus viviparus in cattle is discussed with reference to environmental, management and chemotherapeutic factors. Older cattle as sources of infection are less important than those in their first pasture season. Contamination of pasture through infected, bought-in stock, wild...

Author(s)
Pfeiffer, H.
Publisher
Deutsche Veterinärmedizinische Gesellschaft, Giessen/Lahn, German Federal Republic
Citation
Symposium "Weideparasitosen", Fachgruppe Parasitologie und parasitäre Krankheiten, Deutsche Veterinärmedizinische Gesellschaft, Bad Zwischenahn, 17. u.18. September 1987., 1988, pp 124-129
Abstract

185 outbreaks of helminthosis were recorded in 1980-84, 73 of which were caused by O. ostertagia, 53 by D. viviparus and 59 by both helminths. First outbreaks were recorded between 12th and 17th June. Two seasonal peaks were seen, the first in mid-July was dominantly Ostertagia, the second in...

Author(s)
Gräfner, G.
Citation
Monatshefte für Veterinärmedizin, 1987, 42, 5, pp 178-181
Abstract

The morphological and pathophysiological changes, particularly nutritional aspects, the age and seasonal variations in infection, and various control possibilities on pasture are outlined for Ostertagia, Cooperia and Dictyocaulus viviparus, the 3 most important nematodes of cattle in Germany.

Author(s)
Burger, H. J.
Citation
Praktische Tierarzt, 1983, 64, (Sondernummer), pp 3-10
Abstract

Abomasal and intestinal mucous membranes from ten cattle exposed previously to free grazing and untreated were digested in pepsin HCl and examined parasitologically. The total burden varied between 40 and 119 160 (with a geometric mean of 4056), of which some 90% were sexually mature. In addition...

Author(s)
Klein, M.; Bauer, C.; Bürger, H. J.
Citation
Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1989, 96, 10, pp 488-490
Abstract

The biology of D. viviparus was investigated in the laboratory and in the field on 9 experimental plots and 6 farms in the Hanover and Herz areas of GFR. Development of freshly passed larvae to infective stage occurred at 5 to 36 deg C; over 90% matured at temperatures between 12 and 35 deg C,...

Author(s)
Bunke, V.
Publisher
Tierarztliche Hochschule, Hannover, GFR,
Citation
Dictyocaulus viviparus (Bloch, 1782) beim Rind: Entwicklung, Uberleben und Ubertragung freilebender Stadien., 1983, pp viii + 183pp.
Abstract

In a field trial in northern German Federal Republic, 15 first-year-grazing calves were administered albendazole controlled-release boluses 30 days after being put out to pasture. 15 control calves received placebo boluses. The animals were grazed in a rotational system. The treatment almost...

Author(s)
Lotze, R.
Publisher
Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover, Hannover, German Federal Republic
Citation
Untersuchungen zur Wirksamkeit eines Albendazol-Bolus gegen Magen-Darm-Wurminfektionen bei erstsömmrigen Weiderindern., 1989, pp 115 pp.
Abstract

A new formulation of ivermectin (a pour-on 0.5% solution) was applied externally to the backs of 66 cattle at the rate of 0.5 mg/kg bwt 28-56 days before infection with 1500 D. viviparus larvae. The number of worms in the lungs was counted 21-28 days pi. Compared to untreated controls, the...

Author(s)
Barth, D.; Batty, A.; Barrick, R. A.; Heinze-Mutz, E. M.; Ross, D. B.
Publisher
Deutsche Veterinärmedizinische Gesellschaft, Giessen/Lahn, German Federal Republic
Citation
Symposium "Weideparasitosen", Fachgruppe Parasitologie und parasitäre Krankheiten, Deutsche Veterinärmedizinische Gesellschaft, Bad Zwischenahn, 17. u. 18. September 1987., 1988, pp 1-4
Abstract

Fenbendazole in doses of 5.0 and 7.5 mg/kg was tested in nine cattle, experimentally infected with Dictyocaulus viviparus. The experiment included total tracheotomy and collection of eliminated lungworms in a moist linen bag bound around the lung stump, outside the body of the animal. Irrespective...

Author(s)
Duwel, D.; Kirsch, R.
Citation
Blauen Hefte fur den Tierarzt, 1980, No.61, pp 32-37
Abstract

Twelve young bullocks were infected with larvae of Ostertagia ostertagi and Dictyocaulus viviparus given by mouth daily for 5 days. Treatment was by food blocks medicated with fenbendazole 160 g/ton so that the animals received 0.2 mg drug/kg body-weight daily. In 3 bullocks treated for 7 days...

Author(s)
Duwel, D.; Tiefenbach, B.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1980, 93, 20, pp 397-400
Abstract

Faecal examinations over 5 years in the Hannover region of GFR showed that 82 of 166 first-season calves were excreting Dictyocaulus viviparus larvae in August, 9 of 81 were doing so in November and only one of 61 continued to excrete larvae between December and February. In March or April,...

Author(s)
Burger, H. J.
Publisher
Centraal Diergeneeskundig Instituut., Lelystad, The, Netherlands
Citation
Facts and reflections III. (Workshop on "Arrested development of nematodes in sheep and cattle", Centr. Vet. Inst., Lelystad, The Netherlands, 18-19 May, 1978)., 1978, pp 137-142

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