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The most important helminth genera were Fasciola, Dictyocaulus, Ostertagia and Cooperia. Parasite genera less frequently encountered were Nematodirus, Neoascaris, Eimeria, Oesophagostomum and Cysticercus bovis. The results of trials with morantel and tetramisole, conducted in dairy herds in...

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Raynaud, J. P.; Mage, C.; Stang, J. P. le
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Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 1983, 134, 3, pp 163-166, 171-181
Abstract

The most important gastro-intestinal parasites of Charolais cattle are Ostertagia; Trichostrongylus and Cooperia are considered secondary. Dictyocaulus is the most common respiratory parasite, especially in young Charolais cattle. Fasciola and coccidia also occur. Fascioliasis gives rise to...

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Mage, C.; Bernard, Y.
Citation
Recueil de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1988, 164, 6-7, pp 539-548
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The prevention of parasitic diseases in cattle by integrated control strategies including the rational use of anthelmintics is considered. The main part of the article deals with intestinal nematodes with special reference to Ostertagia, and with Dictyocaulus. Information is given on the...

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Mage, C.
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Point Vétérinaire, 1986, 18, 100, pp 457-466
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Autopsy findings in cattle (3 calves killed in Nov. 1978 and 14 heifers killed from April to Nov. 1979) grazing, without anthelmintic treatment, on pastures at Cerdagne, France, are presented. Calves were infected mainly with Cooperia, the numbers of adult Ostertagia were low Nematodirus was rare,...

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Mage, C.; Dorchies, P.; Franc, M.; Ducos de Lahitte, J.
Citation
Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 1982, 134, 2, pp 103-106
Abstract

Epidemiological studies were carried out in Limousin, France, on suckling calves and on heifers (13 to 20 months), in order to determine methods of control for this area and this type of farm, based on adequate knowledge of the importance of nematode infections, their development, their effect on...

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Mage, C.
Citation
Dossiers de l'Elevage, 1980, 4, 3, pp 19-24, 29-35
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In dairy herds in the Limousin, France, Ostertagia and Cooperia were the dominant strongyles in suckling calves and these plus Trichostrongylus axei in 15 to 18 months old heifers. Dictyocaulus was found in 11% young animals but without clinical symptoms. In the first grazing season,...

Author(s)
Mage, C.
Citation
Elevage Bovin, 1980, No.93, pp 65...71
Abstract

In the Limousin, France, worm counts were made at autopsy of 11 suckling calves and of 42 heifers, slaughtered at different seasons over a period of 3 years, and investigations were made on 156 calves and 392 heifers, some of which were treated (with tetramisole at 15 mg/kg body-weight in July to...

Author(s)
Mage, C.
Citation
Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 1981, 132, 11, pp 755-756, 759-760, 763-764

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