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Four cases of nervous disease associated with coccidiosis in young cattle, are reported from Victoria, Australia. Large numbers of Eimeria zuernii oocysts were recovered from one of the cattle. Prodromal nystagmus, ventromedial strabismus, sternal or lateral recumbency with contortions of the head...

Author(s)
Jubb, T. F.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1988, 65, 11, pp 353-354
Abstract

18-month-old cattle were slaughtered during December 1983 and 1984 to determine final nematode counts. 8 of these animals in 1983 and 12 in 1984 were given albendazole at 7.5 mg/kg and retained in yards 10 days prior to slaughter. Compared to the untreated group, there were significant reductions...

Author(s)
Callinan, A. P. L.; Riffkin, G. G.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1987, 64, 4, pp 121-122
Abstract

Area prevalences of bovine campylobacteriosis and trichomoniasis in the Victoria River District (VRD) of the Northern Territory were determined by a survey of 1008 bulls in 41 herds in 1985-1986. 87% of herds were infected with campylobacteriosis and 65.6% were infected with trichomoniasis. The...

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McCool, C. J.; Townsend, M. P.; Wolfe, S. G.; Simpson, M. A.; Olm, T. C.; Jayawardhana, G. A.; Carney, J. V.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1988, 65, 5, pp 153-156
Abstract

129 weaner steers on a property in the New England district of New South Wales were treated with febantel (Rintal 20) in July and October 1985 and January and February 1986; faecal samples taken before and after the last treatment showed less than 80% reduction in faecal nematode egg counts. 85% of ...

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Eagleson, J. S.; Bowie, J. Y.; Dawkins, H. J. S.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1992, 131, 14, pp 317-318
Abstract

In field trials in 1983-84, Hereford weaner steers were given no anthelmintic treatment or were treated with morantel slow release bolus, pour-on levamisole or albendazole orally. Nematode egg counts in faeces were generally <50/g, indicating low numbers of adult nematodes. Treatment significantly affected mean faecal egg count, those for controls and morantel being 16 and 10/g above the overall mean (47/g) and levamisole and albendazole 6 and 12/g below the mean. There were no significant differences between treatments in numbers of larvae on pasture. At the end of both years most nematodes were early 4th stage larvae of O. ostertagi. There were no significant differences in nematode counts or...

Author(s)
Riffkin, G. G.; Callinan, A. P. L.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1987, 64, 6, pp 168-172
Abstract

Fifteen (4.5%) of 336 beef cattle slaughtered in Victoria, Australia, between October 1977 and April 1978 had Thelazia gulosa in the eye(s). 7 cattle had single worms and the others had between 2 and 53/eye. Altogether 41 mature female, 31 mature male and 42 immature 4th-stage T. gulosa were...

Author(s)
Overend, D. J.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1983, 60, 4, pp 126-127
Abstract

This review considers work done on Ostertagia ostertagi, Cooperia oncophora and Trichostrongylus axei, the 3 most important nematodes causing parasitic gastroenteritis in cattle in the temperate zone of Australia. The free-living stages in dung pats, the availability of infective larvae on pasture...

Author(s)
Anderson, N.; Donald, A. D.; Waller, P. J.
Publisher
Division of Animal Health, CSIRO, Australia
Citation
The epidemiology and control of gastrointestinal parasites of cattle in Australia., 1983, pp 47-63
Abstract

Trichostrongylid burdens in 1 to 2-year-old dairy heifers were estimated after they grazed with a dairy herd for up to 12 months. Ostertagia ostertagi, Trichostrongylus axei and Cooperia oncophora represented 79.5, 12.7 and 7.8%, respectively, of all trichostrongylids recovered. The largest burden...

Author(s)
Overend, D.; Veale, P. I.; Copland, J. W.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1984, 61, 6, pp 169-174
Abstract

The prevalence of abomasal trichostrongylidiasis was studied in 68 dairy cows, 2 to 13 years of age, from irrigated farms within northeastern Victoria. Abomasal trichostrongyles were found in 93% of animals examined. The mean total number of O. ostertagi and T. axei recovered was 14 800...

Author(s)
Overend, D.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1984, 61, 4, pp 124-126
Abstract

Fetuses recovered from multiple abortions in four dairy herds which occurred in Victoria in April/May 1978, 1980 and 1982 had multifocal nonsuppurative encephalitis, myocarditis and hepatitis. Focal placentitis was usually present. Sarcocystis-like protozoa were found in the brains of fetuses from...

Author(s)
McCausland, I. P.; Badman, R. T.; Hides, S.; Slee, K. J.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1984, 74, 2, pp 146-154

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