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This article is the first of a series aimed at developing specific decision support software for on-farm optimisation of sustainable integrated management of haemonchosis. It contains a concept framework for such a system for use by farmers and/or their advisors but, as reported in the series, only ...

Author(s)
Wyk, J. A. van; Reynecke, D. P.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2011, 177, 3/4, pp 212-223
Abstract

Purpose of review: The purpose of this review is to illustrate where drug resistance in parasitic nematodes has become a major problem. The mechanisms underlying anthelmintic resistance, the possible reasons for the development of anthelmintic resistance, and recommendations to minimize the further ...

Author(s)
Kaminsky, R.
Publisher
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Hagerstown, USA
Citation
Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases, 2003, 16, 6, pp 559-564
Abstract

The preliminary results of a trial of a pour-on formulation of ivermectin to control nematode parasites in beef weaners in 3 separate trials in 1989 and a further trial in 1990, are given. A total of 468 cattle were used in the 4 trials.

Author(s)
Webster, M. C.
Citation
Publication - Veterinary Continuing Education - Massey University, 1991, No. 134, pp 79-81
Abstract

The value of controlled release anthelmintic capsules (releasing 32.5 mg albendazole/day for a minimum of 100 days) for the control of nematodes in sheep is discussed. Continuous release of the active anthelmintic gives a versatility that is not obvious in the practical use of equivalent liquid...

Author(s)
Venning, M. S.
Citation
Publication - Veterinary Continuing Education - Massey University, 1991, No. 134, pp 61-63
Abstract

Although the same nematode parasites infect goats and sheep, certain anthelmintics appear to be less successful in goats. This article brings up to date information relating to the use of anthelmintics in goats (the last update being 1986). The anthelmintics discussed include the benzimidazoles,...

Author(s)
McKenna, P. B.
Citation
Publication - Veterinary Continuing Education - Massey University, 1991, 134, pp No. 93-96
Abstract

Trials were conducted on 47 seasonal supply dairy farms (>5500 cows) to assess the economics of a dry-cow anthelmintic drenching programme using 4.53 mg/kg oxfendazole per treatment. The programme was administered during the autumn/winter of 1983 and consisted of 2 treatments, the first shortly...

Author(s)
Bisset, S. A.; Marshall, E. D.; Morrison, L.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1987, 26, 1-2, pp 107-118
Abstract

38 newly weaned hinds were randomly allocated to one of two equal groups. One group received ivermectin at 0.2 mg/kg, the other, oxfendazole at 4.5 mg/kg. All deer were drenched four times and were grazed on pasture. Both anthelmintics reduced D. viviparus faecal larval counts to low levels 20 days ...

Author(s)
Bowie, J. Y.; Mackintosh, C. G.; Mason, P. C.
Citation
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 1987, 35, 1/2, pp 8-10
Abstract

Observations made during a field trial in the Styx Valley, New Zealand, from 1943 to 1977 are discussed. Compounds extensively used included arecoline, bunamidine, niclosamide, nitroscanate and praziquantel. A need was identified for an ante-mortem means of rendering meat safe for feeding to dogs....

Author(s)
Gemmell, M. A.
Publisher
Academia, Praha, Prague, Czechoslovakia
Citation
Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on human taeniasis and cattle cysticercosis, 20-24 September 1982, České Budějovice, Czechoslovakia., 1983, pp 280-287
Abstract

In New Zealand, a slaughter trial was conducted to assess the efficacy of febantel and ivermectin against Dictyocaulus viviparus in Cervus elaphus calves. Group 1 received febantel by mouth at 7.5 mg/kg bwt; group 2 received a sc injection of ivermectin at 200 mg/kg; faecal samples were collected...

Author(s)
Mackintosh, C. G.; Mason, P. C.
Citation
Royal Society of New Zealand Bulletin, 1985, 22, pp 131-133
Abstract

Fifteen Cervus elaphus calves were inoculated on 3 occasions over 3 weeks with Dictyocaulus viviparus larvae and were divided into groups of 5. One week after the last dose, one group received febantel at 7.5 mg/kg orally, another received ivermectin at 200 µg/kg subcutaneously and the 3rd group...

Author(s)
Mackintosh, C. G.; Mason, P. C.
Publisher
Royal Society of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
Biology of deer production. Proc. International Conf., Dunedin, New Zealand, 13-18 Feb. 1983., 1985, pp 131-133

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