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The efficacy of topically administered doramectin against eye worms, lungworms, and gastrointestinal nematodes, was evaluated in 400 cattle (20 in each of 20 trials). Trials were conducted in North America and natural and experimentally induced infections were used. In each trial, cattle were...

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Marley, S. E.; Illyes, E. F.; Keller, D. S.; Meinert, T. R.; Logan, N. B.; Hendrickx, M. O.; Conder, G. A.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1999, 60, 6, pp 665-668
Abstract

Seven studies were conducted under field conditions in North America to evaluate the therapeutic efficacy of doramectin in a pour-on formulation at a dosage of 500 µg/kg (1 ml/10 kg) for cattle harbouring naturally-acquired infections of gastrointestinal nematodes, including species of Haemonchus, ...

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Conder, G. A.; Rooney, K. A.; Illyes, E. F.; Keller, D. S.; Meinert, T. R.; Logan, N. B.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1998, 77, 4, pp 259-265
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A survey was conducted during October and November 1989 on the gastrointestinal nematodes found in cattle from production units in different areas of the State of Morelos, Mexico. Sample size was estimated using statistical methods. Faecal samples processed by McMaster and coproculture techniques,...

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Campos R., R.; Liebano H., E.; Herrera R. D.; Godinez, G., A.
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Veterinaria México, 1990, 21, 4, pp 415-417
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A study was initiated to (1) determine species of gastrointestinal nematodes present in cattle in selected areas of Oregon, USA, (2) examine seasonal abundance of these nematodes as an indicator of periods of transmission, and (3) determine when developmental inhibition occurs in the major genera...

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Rickard, L. G.; Zimmerman, G. L.
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Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 43, 3/4, pp 271-291
Abstract

Fifteen 9 to 12-month-old calves naturally infected with gastrointestinal nematodes and Dictyocaulus viviparus were divided into 3 groups of 5 animals and given 3.18 mg/kg levamisole i.m., 2.70 mg/kg or a placebo. PM studies 7 and 8 days after treatment indicated that the effectiveness of 3.18 and...

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Quiroz Romero, H.; Reyes Escamilla, A.; Huerta Martínez, M.; Dorantes Martínez, J.; Salazar Ledezma, V.; Guerrero Molina, C.
Citation
Veterinaria México, 1992, 23, pp 343-345
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A study was conducted in 1985 to determine gastrointestinal helminth prevalence and intensity of infection, in dairy cattle on farms and pastures on the Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada, using a faecal egg count technique. It was found that 55% of adult dairy cattle on 10 farms in the St....

Author(s)
Harding, R. M.; Threlfall, W.
Citation
Parasitologia Hungarica, 1989, 22, pp 67-74
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The effect on weaning weight of calves when beef cows and their calves were treated with fenbendazole was investigated in North Dakota, USA. Two calf crops in 4 different herds were studied over a 2-year period (1988-1989). Each herd was divided into 2 groups; group A was treated each spring (May...

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Wohlgemuth, K.; Biondini, M.; Misek, A.; Anderson, L.
Citation
North Dakota Farm Research, 1991, 48, 4, pp 27-30
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The efficacy of febantel (5.0 mg/kg) against naturally acquired infections of gastrointestinal nematodes was evaluated in calves during the winter in Oregon, USA. 20 steers were allotted to either control or treatment groups of 10 animals each. 7 days after treatment, the calves were killed and...

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Hoberg, E. P.; Zimmerman, G. L.; Rickard, L. G.; Schons, D. J.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1988, 49, 9, pp 1540-1542
Abstract

The authors note three nematodes not previously reported from the moose in North America. They are Trichuris sp., Oesophagostomum venulosum and Ascaris sp. A table is given showing the location and incidence of the various parasites which have been recorded for the moose in Minnesota. The commonest ...

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Olsen, O. W.; Fenstermacher, R.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1942, 8, pp 403-408

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