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Meshkov, S.; Zhelyazkov, D.; Parnarev, G.; Aleksandrov, T.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1984, 82, 1, pp 31-32
Abstract

Over 10 000 ticks were collected from cattle and sheep in the Strandzha-Sakar region of Bulgaria; 11 species were identified on cattle (Boophilus calcaratus predominant) and 9 species on sheep (Rhipicephalus bursa predominant). Babesia bigemina, B. colchica, Theileria annulata, T. mutans and ...

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Meshkov, S.; Zapryanov, M.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1985, 83, 3, pp 30-31
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Samples of intestinal contents were obtained from 299 calves with diarrhoea, and of faeces from another 592 cases occurring on 177 farms in four regions of Bulgaria. Oocysts of Cryptosporidium were present in 25% of 891 calves, being most prevalent at 12-20 days of age. In 78% of cases bacteria or...

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Khalacheva, M.; Vitanov, I.; Zurliiski, P.; Meshkov, S.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1988, 86, 6, pp 39-42
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Vulchovski, Ya.; Meshkov, S.; Zapryanov, M.; Zurliiski, P.; Arnaudov, S.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1977, 75, 5, pp 26-29
Abstract

An abattoir survey at Burgas (Bulgaria) over three years revealed sarcosporidia in 398 of 458 cattle (in 99% of cows and bullocks, and 75% of calves). The parasites were less frequent in calves kept indoors than calves kept on mountain pastures. There was an annual variation in incidence. Heart...

Author(s)
Meshkov, S.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, Bulgaria, 1975, 12, No.5, pp 55-61
Abstract

A solution of Tremanol (900 g/5 litres of water) given orally at 0.5 ml/kg body-weight was 86.21 to 93.75% effective against paramphistomatid infection in cows in Bulgaria. After a drop in production immediately after treatment the milk yield was improved by a maximum of 32%.

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Trifonov, T.; Dushepeeva, Ya.; Meshkov, S.; Belkov, D.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1974, 71, 7, pp 18-21

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