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Gastrointestinal parasites are one of the most important health problems in cattle worldwide, as they cause economic losses in the herds. Twenty-seven double purpose herds were visited to determine the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in cattle at the Rio de Oro and Aguachica...

Author(s)
Pinilla, J. C.; Flórez, P.; Sierra, M. T.; Morales, E.; Sierra, R.; Vásquez, M. C.; Tobon, J. C.; Sánchez, A.; Ortiz, D.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology: Regional Studies and Reports, 2018, 12, pp 26-30
Abstract

Parasitic gastritis caused by Haemonchus spp. was found at necropsy in a 9-month-old heifer, from a farm in Kiambu district, Kenya. Other sick animals examined had clinical histories that included severe diarrhoea, unthrifty coats, submandibular oedema, anaemia, weakness and progressive emaciation...

Author(s)
Waruiru, R. M.; Ayuya, J. M.; Weda, E.; Kimoro, C. O.
Citation
Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa, 1993, 41, 3, pp 263-265
Abstract

The 4 species of ruminants (dromedary, zebu cattle, sheep and goat) from arid areas of Mauritania harboured Haemonchus spp. as the most frequent internal parasite. This was a rare situation where the 3 putative species, H. longistipes (dromedary), H. placei (zebu cattle) and H. contortus (sheep and ...

Author(s)
Jacquiet, P.; Humbert, J. F.; Comes, A. M.; Cabaret, J.; Thiam, A.; Cheikh, D.
Citation
Parasitology, 1995, 110, 4, pp 483-492
Abstract

Herbage samples were taken from 4 permanent swamps (2 heavily and 2 lightly pastured) in the Vom area, Nigeria, every fortnight from November 1985 to April 1986 and November 1986 to April 1987. Larvae were extracted by washing and sedimentation and counts expressed as number of larvae/kg dry...

Author(s)
Onyali, I. O.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1989, 42, 3, pp 431-434
Abstract

Helminth infections in 3 groups of calves of different ages grazing naturally infested pastures in Ghana from March 1987 to May 1988 were studied. Calves in which the faecal egg output was followed from birth showed Toxocara vitulorum ova as early as 2 days after birth and maximum patency occurred...

Author(s)
Agyei, A. D.
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 1991, 23, 3, pp 134-140
Abstract

Faecal samples from 116 cattle (including calves, immatures and adults) from 4 dairy farms in Nyandarua District, Kenya, were examined for gastrointestinal nematodes in July and August, 1990. The cattle had not been drenched for at least 4 weeks before the study. On a 2nd visit to the farms, faecal ...

Author(s)
Maingi, N.; Gichigi, M. N.
Citation
Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa, 1992, 40, 1, pp 9-10
Abstract

Monthly individual faecal samples from 12 calves, 12 heifers, 17 steers, 12 lactating and 10 dry cows from the communal lands near Harare in the Mashonaland province of Zimbabwe, were collected over a period of one year. Eggs per gram (epg) were determined and the infective larvae (L3) examined,...

Author(s)
Pandey, V. S.; Chitate, F.; Nyanzunda, T. M.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 51, 1/2, pp 99-106
Abstract

The acquisition and intensity of infection with gastrointestinal nematodes and with Oestrus ovis are compared over 2 years in sheep grazed intensively (26-36 sheep/ha) or non-intensively (12 sheep/ha) in the winter rainfall Overberg region of South Africa. Sheep grazing intensively on grass/legume...

Author(s)
Reinecke, R. K.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1994, 54, 1/3, pp 49-67
Abstract

The interactions between T. congolense and H. contortus infections were studied in N'Dama calves in The Gambia. A total of 38 N'Dama bulls was divided into 4 groups and each group infected either with H. contortus one week after infection with T. congolense or with T. congolense 4 weeks after...

Author(s)
Kaufmann, J.; Dwinger, R. H.; Hallebeek, A.; Dijk, B. van; Pfister, K.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 43, 3/4, pp 157-170
Abstract

Helminth and tick burdens of N'Dama cattle kept in village herds in the Gambia were compared with parasite burdens in Zebu cattle introduced into the same herds. The animals were monitored regularly for tick and nematode burdens, and blood samples were examined for differential white cell counts....

Author(s)
Claxton, J.; Leperre, P.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1991, 40, 3-4, pp 293-304

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