Cookies on VetMed Resource

Like most websites we use cookies. This is to ensure that we give you the best experience possible.

 

Continuing to use www.cabi.org  means you agree to our use of cookies. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use.

VetMed Resource

Veterinary information to support practice, based on evidence and continuing education

Sign up to receive our Veterinary & Animal Sciences e-newsletter, book alerts and offers direct to your inbox.

Results per page:

Search results

Abstract

Cattle of mixed breed, sex and age (< 12 months old) were treated in autumn with either intraruminal oxfendazole or fenbendazole, oral albendazole or sc avermectin B1 [abamectin]. 97 were grazing at Bunbury (site A), and 79 at Albany (site B), Western Australia. The faecal egg counts of all treated animals were significantly less than the controls for 28-33 days after treatment. Egg counts in benzimidazole-treated groups were not significantly different from controls by day 42-47. Abamectin-treated animals had significantly lower egg counts than controls up to 70-82 days after treatment. The larvae recovered from faecal cultures from sites A and B consisted of 22 and 40% Ostertagia, 3 and <1% Trichostrongylus, 2 and 13% Oesophagostomum, 9 and 3% Cooperia, and 65 and 42% C. oncophora, respectively. No changes in the relative prevalences of each species were observed during the experiment; it is assumed that treatment was equally...

Author(s)
Chaneet, G. C. de; Casey, R.; Dixon, F. F.; Besier, R. B.; Mitchell, R. K.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1988, 65, 3, pp 85-86
Abstract

In 4 districts of Western Australia, 58% of 800 farmers sent usable replies to a questionnaire mailed in July 1981. Significant differences were revealed between district recommendations and current practices, and research needs were identified. There was a need to integrate drenching and...

Author(s)
Edwards, J. R.; Gwynn, R. V. R.; Love, R. A.; Norris, R. T.; Dalton-Morgan, G.; Besier, R. B.
Citation
Technical Bulletin, Western Australia Department of Agriculture, 1986, 69, pp 106pp.
Abstract

Skin lesions resembling photosensitization were first seen in some cows following the six-weekly triclabendazole (Fasinex 120) treatment used in the 1987-1989 eradication programme for liver fluke outbreaks in 2 herds in Western Australia. When a similar problem was encountered in a second...

Author(s)
Martin, P. A. J.; Davies, R. H.; Mayberry, C. J.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1993, 133, 12, pp 300
Abstract

A research programme investigating ostertagiasis in cattle in Western Australia is described. Management practices that will reduce the impact of parasitism on beef production in south west coastal areas are discussed. It is recommended that cattle be drenched several times in the autumn; the first ...

Author(s)
Chaneet, G. de; Wilkinson, F. C.; Dixon, F. F.; Mitchell, R. K.; Barker, D. J.
Citation
Journal of Agriculture, Western Australia, 1982, 23, 1, pp 25-30
Abstract

Parasitic gastro-enteritis of cattle in Western Australia and the seasonal patterns of infection are briefly discussed. Ostertagia ostertagi and Cooperia oncophora are the dominant species. Trials using fenbendazole to limit pasture contamination with eggs and to remove hypobiotic (inhibited)...

Author(s)
Chaneet, G. de; Wilkinson, F. C.; Barker, D. J.
Citation
Proceedings of the 54th Annual Conference of the Australian Veterinary Association, Perth, 9-13 May, 1977., 1977, pp 86
Abstract

In Western Australia 4 groups of 30 cows and calves, including 10 first calvers, were grazed in separate 22 ha paddocks from May 1975 until weaning in October 1975. 4 Wormolas blocks (which contain phenothiazine) were placed in each of 2 paddocks, but consumption was too low for the cattle to take...

Author(s)
Wilkinson, F. C.; Chaneet, G. de
Citation
Journal of Agriculture, Western Australia, 1977, 18, 1, pp 20-21
Abstract

Between July 1981 and December 1983, 116 randomly selected sheep farms in SW Western Australia were surveyed by the faecal worm egg count reduction test. Anthelmintics tested were thiabendazole (44 mg/kg) and levamisole (7.5 mg/kg) given by intra-ruminal injection and comparisons were made with an...

Author(s)
Edwards, J. R.; Wroth, R.; Chaneet, G. C. de; Besier, R. B.; Karlsson, J.; Morcombe, P. W.; Dalton-Morgan, G.; Roberts, D.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1986, 63, 5, pp 135-144
Abstract

In a 3-year project at James Cook University of North Queensland, Australia, investigations are being made on the life-cycle, host range, pathology and control of Onchocerca gibsoni in cattle. The efficacy of standard anthelmintics against adults and arrested larvae of Ostertagia in cattle was...

Publisher
Australian Meat Board., Sydney, New South Wales,
Citation
Eleventh annual report, year ended June 30, 1977., 1977, pp 152 pp.
Abstract

A worm control programme in which heifers were treated with oxfendazole (5 mg/kg) on three occasions during autumn, was tested in south-west Western Australia. The experiment aimed to determine if the treatments would prevent the heifers contaminating their pastures with worm eggs during autumn,...

Author(s)
Chaneet, G. C. de; Dixon, F. F.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1982, 10, 4, pp 341-350
Abstract

Studies on MASTITIS were limited to testing antibiotics against staphylococcal infections. Neither intensified aureomycin treatment, pro-caine penicillin plus 5-amino acridine, furacin, terramycin nor neomycin was satisfactory.
Methods of control practised against CASEOUS LYMPHADENITIS in sheep,...

Author(s)
Australia.
Publisher
Canberra: L. F. John-ston, Commonwealth Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Fifth annual report of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization for the year ending 30th June, 1953., 1953, pp 191 pp.

Refine Results

Sort Order
Author
Geographical Location
Item Type
Organisms
Subject Topics